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Deep Khosa

Assistant Professor   |   BSc, BVMS, MANZCVS (Small Animal Medicine), PhD


My teaching and research interests revolve around how undergraduate veterinary students best engage in clinical veterinary education. My research interests particularly involve investigating the methods by which students engage and process complicated medical knowledge. Other interests include developing clinical communication skills and effective learning settings in clinical practice.

Research Interests

Investigation of students' engagement, perceptions and learning processes in primary healthcare clinical education, and how this contributes to successful day one clinical competencies.

Selected Publications

  1. Khosa, D. K., Volet, S. E., & Bolton, J. R. (2010). An instructional intervention to encourage effective deep collaborative learning in undergraduate veterinary students. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education, 37 (4), 369-376.
  2. Khosa, D. K. & Volet, S. E. (2011). Promoting effective collaborative case-based learning at university: A metacognitive intervention. Studies in Higher Eductaion, 38 (6), 870-889.
  3. Khosa, D. K. & Volet, S. E. (in press, 2014). Productive group engagement in cognitive activity and metacognitive regulation during collaborative learning: can it explain differences in students' conceptual understanding? Metacognition and Learning
  4. Khosa, D. K.., Volet, S. E., & Bolton, J. R. (in press, 2014). Making clinical case-based learning in health sciences visible: Analysis of collaborative concept mapping processes and reflections. Journal of Veterinary Medical education.