Awards & Honors

2019     Improving Gender Equity in Health Professions Education:  ANZAHPE Research Grant

 

2019     Ronald Harden Innovation in Medical Education

Shortlisted for Project EnEx: Capacity development of students in research. 

 

2018     Peers Learning Together: A Community of Practice in Assessment and Feedback: Funding received from Educational Enhancement Unit at the University of Western Australia.

2018     Faculty Excellence Award in Teaching: Nomination for outstanding contribution to Student Learning

 

2017     Faculty Excellence Award in Teaching: Nomination for outstanding contribution to Student Learning

2017     Community Award for the Top 25 Migrant Professionals in Western Australia.

 

2016     Faculty Excellence Award in Teaching: Nomination for outstanding contribution to Student Learning

2016     Centre for Education Futures, UWA Scholarship for Innovation in Education

 

2015     Faculty Excellence Award in Teaching: Nomination for outstanding contribution to Student Learning

 

2014     Ronald Harden Innovation in Medical Education

Shortlisted for the online magazine on Assessment for Health Professions Education titled Assessment Zone. It is a magazine created by a group of students completing unit on Principles in Assessment and Evaluation at the University of Western Australia. Available at

https://www.academia.edu/5085725/Assessment_Zone_Issue_1_2013

 

2014     Providing the Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) students with authentic simulated hands-on  oral surgical exposure prior to their clinical teaching with patients. Improving Student Learning Grant, UWA

 

2013     Faculty Excellence Award in Teaching: Nomination for Postgraduate Coursework

 

2011     Faculty Excellence Award in Teaching: Recipient in Postgraduate Coursework

 

2008     Promoting Reliable Assessment in Student-centred Environments (PRAiSE) Faculty Teaching and Learning grant, UWA

 

2007     Towards authentic assessment: Improving Student Learning Grant. UWA

 

2004     Principal Grantee, (2004) National Academy of Higher Education, Project approved for Pak Rs. 39 million grant from Higher Education Commission Pakistan.

                                                        

2003     Principal Grantee, (2003) Faculty Development Program: Phase II. Received Pak Rs.16 million grant from Higher Education Commission Pakistan. Introduced First Postgraduate Certificate Course in University Teaching in Pakistan.

 

2002     Co applicant, (2002) Change in learning dimensions, Funding received from The Aga Khan University Research Council

 

2000     AusAID Scholar at Adelaide University Developed the framework for introducing a Continuous Professional Development Program for Medical doctors in Pakistan

 

1999     Sir Charles Wallace Trust and British Council Fellowship to observe trends in Medical Education in the United Kingdom. (Dundee, Nottingham, London)

 

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