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Paul teaches the first year Anatomy and Imaging paper and also contributes to other papers on the Bachelor of Radiation Therapy (BRT) programme. He has a long standing connection to the Cancer Society of New Zealand as a support group facilitator and contributes to training and education programmes.
Paul serves as the New Zealand Deputy Editor for the Journal of Medical Radiation Sciences
Research interests and activities
Paul is interested in the process of learning and how new knowledge and understanding is acquired. This interest involves research in teaching and learning practice and how education can contribute to the supportive care of cancer patients.
Kane, P., Gladman, T., Stein, S., & Timmermans, J. A. (2022). Investigating New Zealand radiation therapy student perceptions about their degree curriculum. BMC Medical Education, 22, 892. doi: 10.1186/s12909-022-03973-9
Agustin, C., Goudie, S., & Kane, P. (2022). Supporting authors to publish in gold open access through global institutional transformational agreements: Will this become the new normal in medical radiation sciences? Journal of Medical Imaging & Radiation Sciences, 53(4, Suppl. 1), (pp. S50). doi: 10.1016/j.jmir.2022.10.163
Kane, P., Gladman, T., Stein, S., & Timmermans, J. (2022). Exploring the Bachelor of Radiation Therapy curriculum: A student perspective. Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute of Medical Radiation Technology (NZIMRT) Annual National Conference. Retrieved from https://regenerate2022.com/
Kane, P., & Agustin, C. (2022). JMRS: Why a scientific journal is key to sustainable growth of medical radiation sciences in Aotearoa New Zealand. Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute of Medical Radiation Technology (NZIMRT) Annual National Conference. Retrieved from https://regenerate2022.com/
Kane, P., Poulos, A., & Agustin, C. (2021). Investigating the New Zealand radiation therapy curriculum: How we got here, where are we going? Journal of Medical Radiation Sciences, 68, (pp. 31). doi: 10.1002/jmrs.481