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CETL seminars 2007 

 

10 December 2007 3.30 - 5 pm, CETL Office (Boyle Room), Robin Brook Centre

Presenter: Julienne Meyer

Title: Meeting the training needs of the care home sector: Can the CETL Bus help?
This is a joint initiative between CETL and My Home Life programme (MHL).  MHL is a UK-wide initiative concerned with improving quality of life for those living, dying, visiting and working in care homes for older people (www.myhomelife.org.uk).  The initiative is led by Help the Aged, in partnership, with National Care Forum (represents not-for-profit health and social care providers) and City University (Professor Julienne Meyer and Tom Owen) with an unrestricted grant from BUPA Giving.
Read more at: http://www.cetl.org.uk/abstract_5.php

Presenters: Val Dimmock & Celia Goreham jointly, Jeshen Lau

Title: Using high fidelity simulation to develop interprofessional clinical and communication skills in final year nursing & medical students

The project team will develop, implement and evaluate facilitated simulation sessions for final year nursing and medical students, using the METI simulator. Scenarios around acute/critical conditions, supporting self-directed learning materials and a web based video will be developed by the team.
Read more at: http://www.cetl.org.uk/abstract_6.php

5 November 2007 3.30 - 5 pm, CETL Office (Boyle Room), Robin Brook Centre

Presenters: Annie Cushing; Julie Attenborough & Mary Hanrahan jointly

Title: Developing therapeutic communication skills in mental health: evaluation of a teaching and learning resource
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Presenters: Ania Korszun; Sandra Evans

Title: Challenging clinical situations: developing communication skills in situations which may challenge the student’s ethical framework

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