The university’s annual awards for learning and teaching were announced at this year’s Learning and Teaching conference. Continue reading
This week, more than 4,400 University of Brighton students graduated at our ceremonies at the Brighton Centre, which started on Tuesday (25 July). Students aged 19 – 79 and from over 90 countries dressed in gowns and mortarboards to collect their awards. Continue reading
The second National Conference for Occupational Therapists Working in Diverse Settings will take place on 6th September 2017.
Following last year’s successful event we are delighted to be hosting the 2nd conference for occupational therapists working in diverse settings. Based on feedback from last year we have planned the day to share more examples from occupational therapists working in a range of exciting practice settings and provide time for more networking and sharing of ideas.
Date: Wednesday 6th September 2017.
Time: Coffee and networking from 9am and conference due to start 9.45-4.30pm
Venue: School of Health Sciences, University of Brighton, Eastbourne Robert Dodd campus, 49 Darley Road, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN20 7UR.
Keynote speaker: Dr Jennifer Creek: Skills for a diverse practice of occupational therapy.
The day will include opportunities for networking, presentations from occupational therapists working in a range of diverse practice settings, and a workshop on the new Career Development Framework with Dr Stephanie Tempest, Education Manager for Professional Development, College of Occupational Therapists.
Cost: We wish to keep the cost of the conference low again this year but would invite people to select the price that best reflects their employment earnings.
- £35 for those earning less than £20,000 and anyone who is presenting at the conference.
- £50 for those earning in range of £20-30,000
- £75 for academics attending on behalf of their University
For further information please contact Channine Clarke, email@example.com / 01273 643771.
In 2011 a report by the National Confidential Enquiry into Patient Outcome and Death (NCEPOD) has identified that there are significant challenges regarding the identification and care pathway of high risk surgical patients.
This module has been developed to enable registered nurses, operating department practitioners and midwives working in operating theatre departments to extend and develop their knowledge and skills to provide quality care of the highest standard for patients throughout the perioperative phase. Continue reading
The Rio Olympic Games have shown that not only has Great Britain has some of the best athletes in the world but also how students can take up top careers to help achieve more to medal successes.
They include: head of performance, head of sports nutrition performance analysis, physiotherapists, podiatrists, engineers and sports journalists. Continue reading
A new interprofessional Postgraduate Certificate in Education is expected to start In October 2016. This new programme has been designed to critically develop health professional educator’s knowledge, competence and confidence to a strategic level for their educational role at work, both in practice and academic institutions. The aims of the programme are:
- To enable health professionals to critically develop their competence and confidence in a range of teaching, learning, assessment and evaluation strategies in health, social care and higher education practice settings.
- To develop the in-depth knowledge and skills of health professionals with an educational role or interest in teaching and learning so that they may design, plan, lead and manage creative, considered, supportive learning experiences which meet the initial and continuing learning needs of individuals working and learning in health, social care and HEI settings.
- To provide the framework for exposure to exciting and comprehensive experiences in teaching, learning, assessment and evaluation that will achieve the UK Professional Standards framework for teaching and supporting learning in higher education requirements.
The course can be taken full time over one academic year or part time over two academic years. Students undertake three modules (20 credits each) and the course is delivered through a blended learning experience with attendance of learning activities and workshops expected at University alongside structured `e` activity. All applications are reviewed and shortlisted candidates will be invited to interview.
If you have a question about this course, our enquiries team will be happy to help.
Channine Clarke 01273 643771 firstname.lastname@example.org
Tracy Szekely 01273 643947 T.email@example.com
Sara Hadland 01273 643873 S.Hadland@brighton.ac.uk
Source: Occupational Therapy newsletter – Feb 2016
Channine Clarke, Principal Lecturer and Tracy Szekely, Senior Lecturer
The European MSc in Occupational Therapy underwent two re-accreditations at once: the programme accreditation according to the standards of the Dutch Flemish Accreditation Institute NVAO (Nederlands Vlaamse accreditatieorganisatie) and the Distinctive Quality Feature Internationalisation according to the ECA standards (European Consortium for Accreditation in higher education). The quality of the OT-Euromaster has been found to be very good by NVAO. So good in fact that there is no other programme within the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, that has received such a high level result. This fantastic news was released on the 9th May 2016. The accreditation is an important milestone for the OT-EuroMaster, that motivates the management and teaching teams to strive for further development and innovation.
There were several successful periodic reviews on 15th June. Well done to the course teams for MSc degrees in Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Podiatry, Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, Health Promotion and International Health Promotion. Professional bodies and external reviewers were complimentary with a number of commendations. The teams had worked well together to promote inter-professional learning, highlight staff and student research and reflect contemporary healthcare locally, nationally and internationally. This review was the second at PG level across the merged School of Health Sciences.
The module is designed to help practitioners and managers develop insight and critical awareness of change management theories and frameworks, and their application to the organisational setting in leading and managing change.
The students’ practice settings and experience will provide the context for learning. Continue reading