Advanced Therapeutic Interventions through Work-Based Learning
This module allows the specialist practitioner to manage their own work-based learning. They will advance their practice in relation to therapeutic interventions in complex and unpredictable and/or specialised contexts and critical evaluate the outcomes of the choice of interventions through a supervisory process.
The specialist practitioner will construct their learning experiences and provide evidence of the learning achieved. The work based learning approach will encourage advancement of their current evidenced based practice by working effectively with other multi-professional healthcare staff, acting with initiative in decision-making, critical reflection and self-evaluation. The learner will critically evaluate and synthesise literature and theories to illuminate the analysis of their experiences.
Content/learning activities/agreement are managed by the student and clarified through a process of negotiation with the designated practitioner/allocated mentor and dedicated educational advisor as part of the learning agreement.
- Work-based learning induction day to include: theories/models of reflective and reflexive practice, theories of learning through work, theories/models of clinical supervision.
- Student will formulate a learning agreement with an educational advisor and practitioner/ allocated mentor. The educational advisor will be a member of academic staff. The practitioner/ allocated mentor will normally be based in or may ‘satellite’ the workplace and confirm assessment of practice or provide testimony if relevant to the assessment task.
Workshops and study days – negotiated through the learning agreement
3 Action Learning Sets will be held within the HEI to provide multiprofessional critical discourse and the opportunity to explore workplace clinical decision making processes.
Normal course entry requirements apply including these pre-requisites:
- Previous degree or evidence of ability to study at Level 7.
- Healthcare professional currently registered with a professional, statutory and regulatory body with a minimum of 3 years post registration experience.
- Working in an area of clinical practice normally a minimum of 15hrs a week (30 hrs for an apprentice).
3,000 words written assignment.
There are 15 hours of scheduled study hours, four study half days over semester 1 and 2.
2023-24 Semester 1 and 2 Falmer, Brighton Campus
- 10 October 2023
- 7 November 2023
- 16 January 2024
- 20 February 2024
Assessments submission date: 9th April 2024
If you are choosing this module as part of a postgraduate or community course, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for specific information on the fee for this module
If you are taking this as a single module, the module fee is:
Please contact SHS-CPE-Admissions@brighton.ac.uk for further information about the module.
This module can be taken as part of a course including:
MSc Advanced Clinical Practice
MSc Advanced Clinical Practice [Masters Degree Apprenticeship]
MSc Health Promotion
MSc Advanced Physiotherapy
MSc Advanced Podiatry
MSc Advanced Occupational Therapy