Students choose three learning experiences or events from their last two years of practice. These could be:
Formal training events or conferences
critical incident analyses
job or role shadowing
in-work journal clubs
visits to other services
supervision sessions - professional, managerial and peer
service activities - evaluation, audits or other clinically related activities
reading research articles
networking or other meetings
In this module you will work independently under the supervision of an academic. You will be encouraged to reflect and analyse your learning through tutorials, and also prepare SMART goals for how you take the learning back into your practice area, or reflect on how you applied the learning in practice, the challenges encountered .
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Assessment is via a written critically reflective portfolio as follows:
- Account of 3 learning events - 1500 words.
- A 2000 word reflective account of application of learning to practice.
- Supportive evidence.