Continuing and Postgraduate Education in Health Sciences (CPGE).
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
ASIST is a two-day intensive and interactive practice focused course designed to develop skills in order to recognise people at risk of suicide, and learn new techniques to intervene and prevent the immediate risk of suicide. ASIST training has been developed and refined by Livingworks Inc over the past 25 years with over 1 million people trained all around the world. Continue reading
Practice Placement Educators Courses
The practice educators’ courses for the next academic year will be:
Falmer: day 1 Sept 9th day 2: April 5th
Eastbourne: day 1 Jan 18th day 2: 17th May
Eastbourne: day 1 March 8th day 2: 19th July
Day one will include theory, practical tasks and information related to practice education for the two OT courses at Brighton. Participants will then be required to take a student for at least one placement before returning for a second educator’s day which will focus on reflections, group discussions and additional learning related to their experiences of taking students. If you have been qualified for 18months and would like to start taking students and want to do the educators course then please contact Lisa Harford to reserve a place: L.E.Harford@brighton.ac.uk . Continue reading
There will be a session on JULY 4th 2016 in the morning at Falmer for educators who want to hear about any changes to the course or familiarise themselves with the Brighton course, assessment, paperwork etc. This is useful for educators who have done their educators training at another university but want to know about our course. To reserve a place please contact Sara Hadland: S.Hadland@brighton.ac.uk
In the afternoon there will be a workshop for anyone interested in being a distance OT educator for the diverse placements (providing external weekly supervision). Please contact Sara to reserve a place. If you would like to discuss this role or take on this type of educator role in future please do contact Tracy. T.Szekely@brighton.ac.uk Continue reading