Interprofessional Education and the Health Care Team Challenge: An interview with Monash University paramedic student, Tegwyn Bath

Williams, Brett
March 2010
Journal of Emergency Primary Health Care;2010, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
An interview with Tegwyn Bath, a paramedic student at Monash University, is presented. Bath says that he was chosen to compete at the collaborative university-run health care team challenge (HCTC) in Queensland. Tegwyn states that the participants demonstrated a trial case during the HCTC. Tegwyn reveals that Curtin University of Technology, Griffith University, and Queensland University of Technology have participated the HCTC.


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