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Author: Sefton, NS (Mr Neil Sefton)

Number of items: 26

Journal Article
Simpson, S and Clifford, C and Quinn, MG and Ross, K and Sefton, NS and Owen, l and Blizzard, L and Turner, R, Sexuality-related attitudes significantly modulate demographic variation in sexual health literacy in Tasmanian university students, Sexual Health, 14, (3) pp. 244-253. ISSN 1448-5028 (2017) [Refereed Article]
Simpson Jr, S and Clifford, C and Ross, K and Sefton, N and Owen, L and Blizzard, L and Turner, R, Sexual health literacy of the student population of the University of Tasmania: results of the RUSSL Study, Sexual Health (Print): an interdisciplinary journal of sexual health including HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted infections, 12, (3) pp. 207-216. ISSN 1448-5028 (2015) [Refereed Article]
Conference Publication
Sefton, NS and Turner, RC and Zimitat, C, Assessing Medical students sensitive examination skills: What's working - results of a Clinical Teaching Associate program, Proceedings of 15th Ottawa Conference, 25-29 April, 2014, Ontario, Canada (2014) [Conference Extract] 
Sefton, NS and Turner, RC, Embracing the possibilities in our changing inner space: Establishing a Simulated Patient Community of Practice, Proceedings of Teaching Matters Conference 2014, 2-3 December, 2014, Launceston, Tasmania (2014) [Conference Extract]
Sefton, NS and Steel, T, Pelvic assessment for continence training (PACT), The 8th Conference of the Australian College of Nurse Practitioners, 24-27 September, 2013, Hobart, Tasmania (2013) [Plenary Presentation]
Sefton, NS and Turner, RC and Zimitat, C, What's working: Improve medical students clinical examination skills for sensitive examination - results of a Clinical Teaching Associate program, Proceedings of the 5th International Clinical Skills Conference, 19-22 May, 2013, Prato, Italy (2013) [Conference Extract] 
Sefton, NS and Turner, RC and Zimitat, C, 'Clinical Teaching Associates: the developing wave of teaching and competence assessment support for sensitive examinations in medical education, Proceedings of the 15th Ottawa Conference, 9-13 March, Malaysia (2012) [Conference Extract] 
Turner, RC and Sefton, NS and Zimitat, C and Loofs-Samorzewski, MA, A guide for growing your own male clinical teaching associates, ANZAHPE, 27-30 June, Alice Springs, pp. 247. ISBN 978-0-9805787-2-0 (2011) [Conference Extract] 
Sefton, NS and Turner, RC and Zimitat, C, An ethical approach to developing a community based program for teaching sensitive examination techniques in men's health, ANZAHPE, 27-30 June, Alice Springs, pp. 102. ISBN 978-0-9805787-2-0 (2011) [Conference Extract] 
Turner, RC and Sefton, NS and Zimitat, C, Desensitization strategies for training community-sourced Male Clinical Teaching Associates, SimHealth Conference, 12 - 15 Sept (2011) [Conference Extract] 
Sefton, NS and Turner, RC and Loofs-Samorzewski, MA and Zimitat, C, Developing a community-based program for teaching sensitive examination techniques: Maintaining ethics from education to practice, ANZAHPE, 27-30 June, Alice Springs, pp. 123. ISBN 978-0-9805787-2-0 (2011) [Conference Extract] 
Lo, J and Zimitat, C and Sefton, NS and Turner, RC and Verma, K, International students and sensitive male examinations: implications for teaching men's health, ANZAHPE, 27-30 June, Alice Springs, pp. 116. ISBN 978-0-9805787-2-0 (2011) [Conference Extract] 
Lo, J and Verma, K and Turner, RC and Zimitat, C and Sefton, NS, Sensitive male examinations:better experience and supervision at rural sites, ANZAHPE, 27-30 June, Alice Springs, pp. 256. ISBN 978-0-9805787-2-0 (2011) [Conference Extract] 
Lo, J and Verma, K and Sefton, NS and Turner, RC, Shortfalls in the performance and interpretation of male genitorectal examinations by medical students, RACS Annual Scientific Congress, May, Adelaide (2011) [Conference Extract] 
Turner, RC and Sefton, NS and Zimitat, C and Loofs-Samorzewski, MA and Saunders, DG, Standardised Patients: Developing a Community-Based Male Clinical Teaching Associates Program, SimHealth Conference, 12 -15 Sept (2011) [Conference Extract] 
Turner, RC and Sefton, NS and Zimitat, C, Turning rough diamonds into ambassadors for men's health: strategies for training community-sourced male clinical teaching associates, ANZAHPE, 27-30 June, Alice Springs, pp. 257. ISBN 978-0-9805787-2-0 (2011) [Conference Extract] 
Sefton, NS, The 'LINC' model: an interdisciplinary practice development model for collaborative teaching, WHACHA International Conference (2007) [Conference Extract] 
Contract Report, Consultant's Report
Sefton, NS, Nursing Board of Tasmania, Graduate Diploma of Midwifery, curriculum accreditation review consultant, School of Nursing & Midwifery, Faculty of Health Science, University of Tasmania (2008) [Consultants Report] 
Sefton, NS, Year 3/4 OSCE's quality control audit report, School of Medicine, Faculty of Health Science, University of Tasmania (2008) [Consultants Report] 
Sefton, NS, Clinical Teaching Associates Program, Review report, School of Medicine, Faculty of Health Science, University of Tasmania (2007) [Consultants Report] 
Sefton, NS, Curriculum review of Graduate Diploma of Midwifery report, School of Nursing & Midwifery, Faculty of Health Science, University of Tasmania (2006) [Consultants Report] 
Sefton, NS, Royal Hobart Hospital Perinatal data report, Royal Hobart Hospital (2006) [Consultants Report] 
Major Creative Work
Sefton, NS and Turner, RC, The 'PACT' Pelvic Assessment for Continence Training - authentic learning program, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Hobart, Tasmania (2011) [Recorded Creative Work] 
Sefton, NS, The Man Check Sensitive Examination Training DVD Resource, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia (2010) [Recorded Creative Work] 
Sefton, NS, The 'Well Woman Check' Obstetrics and Gynaecology Training DVD Resource, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia (2009) [Recorded Creative Work] 
Other Public Output
Sefton, NS, Teenage pregnancy - Models of care at the Royal Hobart Hospital (2005) [Magazine Article] 

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