Clinical Skills CordinatorLocation: 247/214
Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (Monash University, Australia)
Master of Philosophy in Health Professions Education (Stellenbosch University, Cape town, South Africa)
Mmoloki is a clinical skills Coordinator in the Department of Medical Education. He is a medical doctor and holds a Master of Philosophy in Health Professions Education. His interests are inter-professional education in Health professions education, skills training in primary care health settings, quality assurance in assessment practices, medical ethics and jurisprudence.
Clinical skills training
Clinical placement supervision
Faculty development workshops (Assessment, curriculum review, quality assurance, interprofessional education etc.)
Teaching and learning
Molwantwa, M.C., van Schalkwyk, S., Prozesky, D.R., Kebaetse, M.B. and Mogodi, M.S., 2019.
Enhancing learning in longitudinal clinical placements in community primary care clinics: undergraduate medical students’ voices. Education for Primary Care, 30(5), pp.301-308.
Mogodi, M.S., Kebaetse, M.B., Molwantwa, M.C., Prozesky, D.R. and Griffiths, D., 2019. Using a virtue ethics lens to develop a socially accountable community placement programme for medical students. BMC medical education, 19(1), p.246.
Prozesky, D.R., Molwantwa, M.C., Nkomazana, O. and Kebaetse, M.B., 2019. Intern preparedness for the CanMEDS roles and the Dunning-Kruger effect: a survey. BMC medical education, 19(1), p.422.