Dr Marie-Louise Dick
Dr Marie-Louise Dick

Dr Marie-Louise Dick

School of Medicine
Faculty of Health Sciences

Dr Marie-Louise Dick is an inspirational and innovative teacher who has demonstrated an outstanding breadth of contribution and commitment to teaching across the School of Medicine.

Marie-Louise has played a crucial role in the development and implementation of the graduate-entry Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS) Program, a fully integrated teaching program using problem-based learning (PBL) as a major teaching and learning modality. Marie-Louise was instrumental in designing the PBL tutor training program and providing instruction in its philosophy and delivery.

Marie-Louise consistently demonstrates a commitment to reflective practice best illustrated by her leadership role in continual improvement of the general practice course. The supportive educational environment Marie-Louise has created is highly regarded by her colleagues and students. Her teaching and learning strategies are student-centred, innovative, and responsive to feedback. Her individual teaching evaluations are excellent, consistently rating as one of the top lecturers in her discipline. She inspires students with her enthusiasm for their vocation and aspires to assist their development as valued individuals.

Marie-Louise undertakes scholarly activities to enhance the delivery of general practice teaching. She regularly attends and presents at national and international medical education conferences and has published in the field of medical education.

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