Content and Modules
What will I study?
‘Looking after yourself’ – setting the boundaries
Developing networks of support
Theories of performance management
Attributes of the professional practitioners
The responsive curriculum
Discrimination, rights and equal opportunities
Ethical issues of user involvement
Learning, teaching and assessing
Learning theories for adult and professional learners
Interprofessional learning and teaching strategies
Theories of motivation
Innovative teaching in practice – planning, implementing and facilitating
Feedback – diagnostic and developmental
Team assessment – roles and responsibilities
Assessment of interprofessional learners
Professional judgement – accountability and responsibility
Practice assessment – taking into account other views; using service users
External and internal drivers including interprofessional education
Methods of evaluation
How will I be assessed?
The assessment for this module consists of two components:-
A 2000 word critical incident analysis related to the assessment of a pre-registration or post-registration learner in practice
A 2000 word critical evaluation of the student’s own practice environment.
If you are already registered on a diploma or degree programme it is advisable to inform your course leader that you will be undertaking this module. This will enable your course leader to undertake the vital task of tracking your academic journey.