Using a core knowledge base, through analysis and research of practice and the literature, and by reflecting on experience through evidence-based case-study, participants (as clinical supervisors) will develop and demonstrate their abilities in supporting and developing the student learning experience in the clinical setting.
The module also aims to strengthen the underpinning professional values of a student-centred and inclusive approach, concern for student development, commitment to scholarship, and working with and learning from colleagues.
Issues of student / trainee learning in supervised clinical settings
Defining the nature of clinical supervision
Key features of good supervisory practice
Assessing students / trainees in clinical settings
The role of the clinical supervisor in sharing or cascading practice to others
Impact of equal opportunities legislation on clinical supervision processes
Approaches to student/trainee learning in the clinical setting
The use of learning contracts
Different models of clinical supervision
Best practice in supervisory relationships
Approaches to the assessment of the clinical practice of students/ trainees
The impact of equal opportunities legislation on clinical supervision processes
Commitment to scholarship and evidence-based practice
This module is delivered through a mix of on-site workshops and
tutorials and will be offered every year.
most people interested in studying for a postgraduate-level module will
have a first degree in a relevant subject, you may feel you are in fact
qualified through professional qualifications or professional
experience. If this is the case and would like to find
out more please do not hesitate to contact us.
To apply, please complete this Application Form (Word) and return to email@example.com.
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For more information or for an informal
discussion about this module, please contact:
Dr Ann Hartley, Module Coordinator
| 0121 204 4606
Dr John Blewitt, Director of Lifelong Learning
| 0121 204 4284
Ms Shelley Campbell
| 0121 204 5220