Exploring the experiences of international and refugee background students in healthcare education at WSU

Project title

A mixed methods sequential exploration of the experiences and challenges of international students and students from a refugee or asylum seeker background in healthcare professional education at Western Sydney University.

Project summary

This project's aim is to explore the experiences and challenges of international students or students who are persons from a refugee or asylum seeker background studying in healthcare professional education at Western Sydney University.

As part of a mixed-methods sequential study, we are seeking participants to complete a questionnaire anonymously so that we can gain an insight and understanding of the experiences and challenges of foreign students who are currently enrolled in and studying a program of healthcare professional education at Western Sydney University.

This questionnaire is a follow on from a series of interviews that were conducted in Spring semester 2020 with international and refugee or asylum seeker background students in healthcare professional education at Western Sydney University.

Researcher

Supervisor

What does participation in this research involve?

You are invited to complete a questionnaire. In this questionnaire there will be a mix of questions which will ask about your experiences being a healthcare professional education student at Western Sydney University.

The questionnaire will take approximately 15-20 minutes of time to complete.

More information

For further information, please contact Scott William

Human Research Ethics Committee approval number: H13732