The Faculty of Health Studies, School of Allied Health professions and Midwifery at the University of Bradford is looking for a dedicated individual to undertake the role of external examiner for our MSc Rehabilitation Studies programme to commence 4th October 2022 for a 4-year term.
The Faculty of Health Studies’ SSPRD/CPD provision was reviewed, revised and revalidated in 2015-16. The MSc Rehabilitation Studies forms part of the multidisciplinary Specialist Skills and Post Registration Development Framework for Flexible Learning (SSPRD Framework). This Framework enables students to create a programme of study that will meet their needs and/or employers’ needs for a changing, flexible and diverse workforce within a modern organisation. The course of study and the collection of modules chosen to study will contextualise learning by addressing the Aims and Learning Outcomes for the programme (found in the Programme Specification; see 4.1 below).
Modules such as Research Methods and Data Analysis & Dissertation modules enable individuals to shape their own focus of study within the modules aims and learning outcomes by learning the principles being taught and applying them to their own clinical employment area. Not all of the modules listed on the website which form the defined pathways on the MSc Rehabilitation Studies and endorsed pathways are offered every academic year
Students may choose a pathway with a named endorsement depending on the initial Postgraduate Certificate route, providing that the subject of the Final Stage covers the same clinical speciality.
For example, students who have undertaken either the Postgraduate Certificate: Continence for Physiotherapists or Physiotherapy in Women’s Health may choose the endorsement of MSc Rehabilitation Studies (Physiotherapy in Women’s Health OR Continence for Physiotherapists). We also offer a Musculoskeletal route.
An overview of your role and responsibilities including fees and expenses can be found at our External Examiners site: https://www.bradford.ac.uk/teaching-quality/external-expertise.
- The applicant should have appropriate expertise/experience in the areas of PG Physiotherapy- including Musculoskeletal, Women’s Health and Continence.
- They will be able to undertake a paid role in the assurance of academic standards in Higher Education and should be aware of modern developments in the design and delivery of the flexible curriculum.
- The appointee will be required to moderate a sample of work, submit an annual report, and attend Examiner Induction and Boards of Examiners as appropriate, virtually if necessary.
- You will not hold more than TWO other UK Higher Education External Examiner post at the start of the contract and will be qualified to at least MSc level.
Further information about the Programme and Department can be found at: