David Prideaux PhD
David Prideaux is Emeritus Professor of Medical Education in the School of Medicine at Flinders University in Adelaide, South Australia and Professor of Medical Education at Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria. He is an educator by background with expertise in curriculum development, assessment and evaluation. His roles have included curriculum design, assessment, evaluation and staff development for the medical course at Flinders. He has undertaken consultancies in the development and change of medical school programs nationally and internationally and has assisted with the development of new medical schools in Australia. Professor Prideaux’s research interests focus on curriculum models for sustainable and symbiotic clinical education. He has published widely his field of study and is an Associate Editor of the international journal Advances in Health Sciences Education. He currently chairs the Expert Advisory Panel on Assessment for the Australian Medical Council and is Member of the Prevocational Standards Accreditation Committee and The Board of Examiners of the Council. He is the holder of the 2004 ANZAME Award for Excellence in Medical Education and a 2010 Staff Award for Outstanding Contribution to Flinders University. The Prideaux Centre for Research in Medical Education at Flinders University has been named in his honour.