Learning and assessment
Research-informed key lectures will deliver core content, providing you with the opportunity to acquire knowledge and develop conceptual understanding.
Seminars and group learning will be used to facilitate teacher/learner/peer dialogue and interprofessional discussion and further develop and challenge conceptual understanding.
Directed study provides you with the opportunity to undertake reading, participate in enquiry based learning, address your individual learning needs and contextualise learning to your own area of practice.
Technology will be used to enhance learning whenever appropriate and may be used to deliver core content. A virtual learning environment will be used to provide access to online resources, lecture notes & external links to websites of interest and simulation in labs and practicals will be used, if appropriate, to acquire new skills.
Assessment and feedback at individual tutorials, meetings and through electronic communication will facilitate reflection and student self-assessment, and skills in practice are assessed by mode of assessment.