and Public Health
The Academy of Clinical Educators (ACE)
The Academy of Clinical Educators (ACE) was launched in 2017 to recognise the important contribution of the clinical educators who engage with the Joint Medical Program (JMP).
ACE aims to promote high quality medical education across clinical services, to promote scholarship and innovation in clinical education and to support the career development of clinical teachers.
While focused on undergraduate education in the JMP, the aim is to build a network and community of practice that encompasses clinical education in undergraduate, pre-vocational and vocational training and continuing professional development.
Meet the ACE team
ACE administrative support
- T: (02) 4042 0550
- E: email@example.com
Applications now open, please complete a membership application form to apply.
Membership of ACE is based on application and open to those engaged in medical education and who contribute to the JMP across participating Health Districts and General Practices at both the University of Newcastle and University of New England.
In addition, participation in the University of Newcastle’s Certificate in Clinical Teaching and Supervision will qualify participants for membership of ACE.
Membership will provide access to:
- assistance in evaluation of teaching
- support to develop teaching portfolio
- participation in medical education projects
- the opportunity to enrol in the Certificate in Clinical Teaching and Supervision
- the opportunity to participate in professional development opportunities
- awards for excellence in clinical teaching.
ACE Teaching Excellence Awards
The Teaching Excellence Awards recognise achievements among our clinical educators (whatever their level of experience) and particularly highlight examples of innovation in clinical teaching or an outstanding commitment by a clinical teacher to medical education.
We encourage all ACE members to nominate someone they believe is deserving of such recognition. Self-nomination is also accepted.
ACE is committed to making as much content as possible available online, in order to ensure that these resources are accessible to all of our clinical educator
The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.