Paramedic Practice at the University of Brighton - Open Day Oct 2013 - open day final
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  • 1. BSc(Hons) Paramedic Practice Welcome Kevin Barrett, course leader
  • 2. New school from January 2014 • From January 2014 the School of Health Professions and the School of Nursing and Midwifery will merge into a new school • The name is currently being decided through consultation with students and staff and will be announced in November 2013 • The merger will not impact on your course and will facilitate further inter-professional collaboration within the school • Nursing • Midwifery • Paramedic Practice • Physiotherapy • Podiatry • Occupational Therapy
  • 3. How do you see yourself?
  • 4. BSc (Hons) Paramedic Practice • BSc (Hons) = 3 years of clinical education; not a training programme • 3 Years, different academic levels at each year – increasing academic demands • Clinical experience ~ 50% of the course: by time • You are taught as a cohort of paramedic students • International Experience
  • 5. BSc (Hons) Paramedic Practice • Apply via Course Code: B 780. 320 points ABB • • • Multiple Mini Interviews : December – March • Shift patterns and travel – you need to be prepared to do both Jointly held with SECAmb . 20 places Series of exercises & interactions to ‘meet as much of you as possible’
  • 6. Course structure: modules Course Structure: modules • Threaded’ Elements: Children & Young People/ Human Relationships/ Vulnerable Groups/ Health Ethics and Law
  • 7. Course structure: a typical week for Year 1
  • 8. Course structure: a typical week for Year 1 •Continuity of Clinical Support •Non-ambulance placements Year 1 Year 2 Year 3
  • 9. “How will I learn?....”
  • 10. Hi-Fidelity Simulation…..
  • 11. Inter-professional learning:
  • 12. Independent Study...
  • 13. How do you see yourself?