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Lecturer In Professional Development In the Discipline of Speech Pathology, Faculty of Health Sciences
The University of Sydney

Affiliations

Ethics Board Member
Speech Pathology Australia

Education

PhD

Web References (5 Total References)


Synergy - Issue 25

itl.usyd.edu.au, 1 June 2007 [cached]

Belinda: In health there's probably been a number of different factors.

...
Belinda: To some extent, the questions are just closer to us now, because of technology.
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Belinda: In speech pathology, we return to ethics in each year of the undergraduate degree program.
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Belinda: Yes, I start in the first year just from a base of asking students to reflect on their personal values - that we'll always have our own ideas about families and education and health.
...
Belinda: We have our code [in speech pathology].
...
Betty: Belinda and I have codes.
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Belinda: I think it's really helpful if students are able to understand and use the language of ethics.I think its a fantastic thing that there's so many ethical issues coming up in the media now and, you know, the community's talking about it and our students are talking about it.And they give us some wonderful opportunities for teaching to bring those issues in and we say, "You've probably been talking about this at home.Now, professionally, let's look at our code of ethics and what might it say about this particular situation".
Peter: I know Belinda teaches all the way through the program and we've just heard Betty argue that it should be started at the beginning and go through the whole degree instead of the whole of first year or fourth year or whatever it is.
...
Belinda: Problem-based learning, I think - case-based learning.
...
Belinda: I just think that people are a little bit more spontaneous, a little bit more willing to share, within that small group environment.
...
Belinda Kenny is a lecturer in professional development in the Discipline of Speech Pathology, Faculty of Health Sciences.She is presently completing a PhD on ethical dilemmas experienced by speech pathologists.Email: b.kenny@usyd.edu.au


Speech Pathology Australia - Ethics Board

www.speechpathologyaustralia.org.au, 8 April 2014 [cached]

Dr. Belinda Kenny


Synergy - Issue 25

www.itl.usyd.edu.au, 1 June 2007 [cached]

Belinda: In health there's probably been a number of different factors.

...
Belinda: To some extent, the questions are just closer to us now, because of technology.
...
Belinda: In speech pathology, we return to ethics in each year of the undergraduate degree program.
...
Belinda: Yes, I start in the first year just from a base of asking students to reflect on their personal values - that we'll always have our own ideas about families and education and health.
...
Belinda: We have our code [in speech pathology].
...
Betty: Belinda and I have codes.
...
Belinda: I think it's really helpful if students are able to understand and use the language of ethics. I think its a fantastic thing that there's so many ethical issues coming up in the media now and, you know, the community's talking about it and our students are talking about it. And they give us some wonderful opportunities for teaching to bring those issues in and we say, "You've probably been talking about this at home. Now, professionally, let's look at our code of ethics and what might it say about this particular situation".
Peter: I know Belinda teaches all the way through the program and we've just heard Betty argue that it should be started at the beginning and go through the whole degree instead of the whole of first year or fourth year or whatever it is.
...
Belinda: Problem-based learning, I think - case-based learning.
...
Belinda: I just think that people are a little bit more spontaneous, a little bit more willing to share, within that small group environment.
...
Belinda Kenny is a lecturer in professional development in the Discipline of Speech Pathology, Faculty of Health Sciences. She is presently completing a PhD on ethical dilemmas experienced by speech pathologists. Email: b.kenny@usyd.edu.au


Speech Pathology Australia - Ethics Board

www.speechpathologyaustralia.org.au, 26 Feb 2013 [cached]

Dr. Belinda Kenny


Speech Pathology Australia - University Courses

www.speechpathologyaustralia.org.au, 6 July 2006 [cached]

Belinda Kenny b.kenny@usyd.edu.au Telephone: 02 9351 9447

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