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Innovation in Teaching & Learning

In 2015 the Council launched a call to its members for case studies that highlighted examples of innovation in teaching and learning. The call focused primarily on four categories – pre-registration education (undergraduate), postgraduate education (taught), postgraduate education (research) and widening participation – all of which were identified as important themes within health higher education. HEIs from across the four nations submitted case studies detailing examples of innovation in teaching and learning that are now available for all to access.

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Maternal and Childhood Obesity (MaCO) (A standalone distance learning package)

Bournemouth University

Maternal and Childhood Obesity (MaCO) is a Bournemouth University distance learning package designed to enable people working with women, children and families to develop the underpinning knowledge and communication skills required to confidently discuss the health risks associated with maternal and childhood obesity and help women and children under their care to make and maintain…

Implementing the ALERT (Acute Life Threatening Events Recognition and Treatment) course into the third year pre-registration nursing curriculum

Buckinghamshire New University

The ALERT programme is designed to enable healthcare practitioners with a structured system to assess, recognise, manage and escalate the care of a deteriorating patient early in order to prevent further clinical deterioration. The ALERT course, designed by Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust, is a nationally recognised multi-disciplinary course aimed at registered clinicians. Many organisations that…