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Gonsalvez, C.J (2021).

Supervisor competence: Frameworks, principles, techniques and best practice guidelines. Keynote Presentation. Hunter New England LHD’s 2021 Psychology Online Conference, Nov 19, 2021.
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Gonsalvez, C. J. (2021).

Supervisors’ Assessments of supervisees through the competency prism: Insights, challenges and future strategies. Keynote Presentation: Cairnmillar Institute Online Supervision Conference: Supervision in Turbulent Times. Nov 24th, 2021.
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Gonsalvez, C.J. (2020).

Assessment of Psychology Practitioner Competence: Achievements, Challenges and Inconvenient Truths. APS Awardee Presentation. APS Conference – Advancing Psychology 2020, Oct 16-18, 2020. Ppt on Oct 16
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Gonsalvez, C.J. (2019).

Recent insights into competency-based assessment and evaluation: Advancing clinical supervision. Keynote Presentation and Workshop. California Psychological Association Division II Conference for Training Directors and Clinical Supervisors. March 16, 2019. Los Angeles, CA 90025.
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Gonsalvez, C.J. (2017).

Assessment of supervisee competence by supervisors: Progress, pitfalls and promises. Keynote presentation at the 13th International Interdisciplinary Clinical Supervision Conference at New York, June 14-16, 2017.
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Gonsalvez, C. J. Deane, FD, Shires, A., Nicholson Perry, K., Donovan, M., Bartik, W. (2017).

Using the CYPRS to identify students with competence problems: Problems, solutions and future directions. Paper presented at the Queensland Health & University Forum, Brisbane, September 28, 2017.
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Gonsalvez, C.J., Deane, FD, Knight, R., Nasstasia, Y., Gooi, C., Shires, A., Nicholson Perry, K., Donovan, M., Bartik, W., Billich-Eric, L. (2017).

Key findings from a multisite project on competence assessment. Paper presented at the Clinical Psychology Course Directors Forum, Brisbane, June 2017.
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Gonsalvez, C. J. (2017).

From Competence to Burnout: Reflections on the education, training and supervision of the practitioner psychologist. Westmead Hospital Behavioural Medicine Lecture Series. Nov 2017
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Gonsalvez, C.J., Blackman, R., Deane, FD, Donovan, M., Gooi, C., Knight, R., Nasstasia, Y., Nicholson, L., Nicholson Perry, K., Shires, A., Bartik, W., (2017).

Assessment of Practicum competencies in Clinical Psychology: Key findings and Future Directions. Australian and New Zealand Psychology Training Clinic Directors Conference (Oct 2017).
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Deane, F. P., Gonsalvez, C., Terry, J., & Blackman, R. (2016).

Development and acceptability of a vignette-matching procedure to assess clinical psychology trainees’ competencies in field placements, 31st International Congress of Psychology, Yokohama, Japan, July.
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Donovan, M., Nicholson Perry, K., Knight, R., & Shires, A. (2016).

Trainees with professional competence problems, Clinical Psychology Programs Placement Coordinators Meeting, Melbourne, June.
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Gonsalvez, C.J., Shires, A., Donovan, M., Knight, R., Deane, F. (2016).

Innovations in the assessment of practicum competencies: The use of standardised vignettes, Twelfth International Interdisciplinary Conference on Clinical Supervision, Garden City, New York, June.
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Shires, A., (2015)

Using Standardised Vignettes to Assess Practicum Competencies in Psychology and Other Disciplines, Why Health Matters: Bench to Bedside and Beyond UTS Research Symposium, UTS, April.

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