Sharla King, PhD

Professor and Program Director MEd Health Sciences Education, Faculty of Education - Educational Psychology Dept

Pronouns: she/her

Contact

Professor and Program Director MEd Health Sciences Education, Faculty of Education - Educational Psychology Dept
Email
sharla.king@ualberta.ca
Address
6-102 Education Centre - North
8730 - 112 St NW
Edmonton AB
T6G 2G5

Availability
by appointment

Overview

Area of Study / Keywords

higher education continuing professional education interprofessional education


Research

Dr. Sharla King is a Professor in the Department of Educational Psychology and Program Director for the Master of Education in Health Sciences Education program.

Dr. King has worked in the area of interprofessional education and research at the University of Alberta for over 20 years. Her research interests relate to interprofessional education (pre-licensure and post-graduate), blended learning and experiential learning.


Teaching

EDPY 501 Introduction to Educational Research Methods

EDHS 503 Introduction to Educational Research Methods in the Health Sciences

EDHS 506 Integrating Educational Technology Across the Curriculum

Courses

EDHS 503 - Introduction to Methods of Educational Research

Priority given to graduate students in the Master of Education in Health Sciences Education program. This course offers an overview of the broad spectrum of quantitative and qualitative research, with an emphasis on the health sciences educator as a researcher and knowledge mobilizer. Students will explore research planning, improving the readability of research reporting, and translating results into practice. Sections are offered at an increased rate of fee assessment.

Winter Term 2022
EDHS 506A - Integrating Technology Across the Curriculum

Priority given to graduate students in the Master of Education in Health Sciences Education program. This course explores the theoretical and applied principles of technology integration to enhance teaching and learning. It provides opportunities for students to apply these principles in their individual domains of health sciences education. This course includes a technology lab component. Sections are offered at an increased rate of fee assessment.

Fall Term 2021
EDHS 506B - Integrating Technology Across the Curriculum

Priority given to graduate students in the Master of Education in Health Sciences Education program. This course explores the theoretical and applied principles of technology integration to enhance teaching and learning. It provides opportunities for students to apply these principles in their individual domains of health sciences education. This course includes a technology lab component. Sections are offered at an increased rate of fee assessment.

Winter Term 2022
EDHS 903 - Directed Research Project

Priority given to graduate students in the Master of Education in Health Sciences Education program. This course is a supervised individual research project. Sections are offered at an increased rate of fee assessment.

Fall Term 2021
EDPY 501 - Introduction to Methods of Educational Research

Priority given to graduate students in the Department of Educational Psychology.

Fall Term 2021
EDPY 903 - Directed Research Project

Fall Term 2021 Winter Term 2022

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Publications

Disruption and innovation in interprofessional attitude assessment
Author(s): Violato, E. & King, S.
Publication Date: 5/8/2020
Publication: Journal of Interprofessional Care

Taking the Classroom to Camp: The facilitators’ role in creating an impactful interprofessional experiential learning opportunity
Author(s): King, S., Werther, K., Ruelling, A., & Kim, E.
Publication Date: 11/8/2019
Publication: Journal of Interprofessional Care

Learning to bounce back: A scoping review about resiliency education
Author(s): Low, R., King, S., & Foster-Boucher, C.
Publication Date: 9/8/2019
Publication: Journal of Nursing Education
Volume: 58
Issue: 6
Page Numbers: 321-329

Launching first-year health sciences students into collaborative practice: Highlighting institutional enablers and barriers to success
Author(s): King, S., Hall, M., McFarlane, L., Paslawski, T., Sommerfeldt, S., Hatch, T., Schmitz, C., Bates, H., Taylor, E., & Norton, B
Publication Date: 10/8/2017
Publication: Journal of Interprofessional Care
Volume: 31
Issue: 3
Page Numbers: 386-393

Developing a Culture of Safety: Exploring students’ perceptions of errors in an interprofessional setting
Author(s): Aubin, D. & King, S.
Publication Date: 2015
Publication: Journal of Interprofessional Care
Volume: 29
Issue: 6
Page Numbers: 646-648

Dynamic and Routine Interprofessional Simulations: Expanding the use of simulation to enhance interprofessional competencies
Author(s): King, S., Carbonaro, M., Greidanus, E., Ansell, D., Foisy-Doll, C., and Magus, S.
Publication Date: 2014
Publication: Journal of Allied Health
Volume: 43
Issue: 3
Page Numbers: 169-175

Action, Reflection, & Evolution: A Pilot Implementation of Interprofessional Education across Three Rehabilitation Disciplines
Author(s): Paslawski, T., Hatch, T., Kahlke, R., MacFarlane, L., Hall, M., Taylor, L., and King, S.
Publication Date: 2014
Publication: Journal of Research in Interprofessional Practice and Education
Volume: 4
Issue: 2
External Link: http://jripe.org/index.php/journal/article/view/134/104
Using Simulations to Integrate Technology into Health Care Aides' Workflow
Author(s): King, S., Liu, L., Stroulia, E., and Nikolaidis, I.
Publication Date: 2013
Publication: International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning
Volume: 6
Issue: 2

AnInter¬ Institutional Collaboration: Transforming education through interprofessional simulations
Author(s): King, S., Drummond, J., Hughes, E., Bookhalter, S., Huffman, D., Ansell, D.
Publication Date: 2013
Publication: Journal of Interprofessional Care
Volume: 27
Page Numbers: 429-431