School of Health and Life Sciences

Megan Charity

Phone: (03) 5327 9944
Email: m.charity@federation.edu.au
Room: P906
Position: Lecturer
Discipline: Human movement and sport sciences

Qualifications

  • Graduate Certificate Tertiary Teaching 2014
  • Master of Exercise Rehabilitation 2010
  • (Thesis Title: The scope of practice of hospital based Exercise Physiologists in Victoria)
  • Graduate Diploma of Health Science (Exercise Rehabilitation) 1999
  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement) 1996

Teaching areas

  • Clinical exercise physiology
  • Clinical supervision

Professional associations

  • Exercise and Sports Science Australia

Research interests

  • Clinical Supervision, Clinical Exercise Physiology

Clinical supervision

  • Fundamental Movement Skills in children

Publications

Hall, M., Pascoe, D., & Charity, M. (2017). The impact of work-integrated learning experiences on attaining graduate attributes for exercise and sport science students. Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education, 18(2), 101-113.

Hall, M., Pascoe, D., & Charity, M. (2017). Career direction or re-direction – The impact of work-integrated learning on exercise & sports science students. Paper presented at the 20th World Council and Assembly on Cooperative Education (WACE) Work Conference, Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Pascoe, D., & Charity, M. (2017). 'Comparison between students' and supervisors' midway and final self-assessment/ assessment of student performance on clinical placement'. Poster presented at the 20th World Council and Assembly on Cooperative Education (WACE) Work Conference, Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Selig, S.E., Torode, M.E., Otago, L., Pascoe, D., Charity, M., Raymond, J., Groeller, H. (2011) Curriculum Renewal in Exercise Science. Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC) Priority Grants Scheme, Final Report June