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The Australian Journal of Clinical Education (AJCE)

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Australian Journal of Clinical Education

Today we are showcasing the Australian Journal of Clinical Education a Bond University Open Access journal that covers clinical education across the two main disciplines of Law and Health.

The journal addresses a range of issues and topics including practice-based teaching, experiential learning, work readiness, and simulated learning, for clinical teachers and students, legal professionals, and medical and health practitioners.

The editors, Dr Francina Cantatore from the Faculty of Law and Professor Linda Crane from the Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine established the journal in 2016 and have achieved registration with the Directory of Open Access Journals, which indicates that this journal meets international open-access best practice standards.

The AJCE is an interdisciplinary Open Access journal

Find out more about this innovative and practice-based journal by watching the video vignette above and browsing through the many topical articles available under a Creative Commons licence.



Linda Crane

Research profile

Read more about Linda Crane

Francine Cantatore

Research profile

Read more about Francine Cantatore

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