Our inter-professional Medical and Clinical Education should interest doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, speech and language therapists, or any other healthcare professional involved in teaching and assessing in practice. It is mapped against Nurse Practice Teacher, Nurse Teacher, GP Associate Trainer, GP Trainer, Occupational Therapist and Physiotherapist Clinical Educator learning outcomes. Our teaching is delivered through face-to-face lectures and tutorials, and online through Moodle.
If you wish to achieve NMC Practice Teacher or Teacher qualifications, you must supply on application evidence of successful completion of a mentor preparation programme or equivalent. It should be noted that midwife applicants will not be able to meet the NMC Teacher standards.
Our School of Health and Human Sciences offers a multidisciplinary environment with an excellent reputation for research and teaching. We submitted with our Department of Sociology in the last Research Assessment Exercise (RAE, December 2008) and were awarded joint first in the UK. Within our School, our educational provision meets professional regulatory requirements and achieves high standards. We do so by having staff that are multi-professional, including clinically-qualified lecturers, sociologists and social policy and management specialists, so they have clinical and academic credibility.
A unique feature of our school is that many of our staff work with local National Health Service (NHS) Trusts and other local agencies, which enhances our grasp of the contemporary links between academic research, the major issues of the day and practice. We specialise in applied, multidisciplinary research that addresses issues of national and international concern to health policy and practice and related fields. We have research interest groups in ‘Developing Professional Practice’ and ‘Applied Health Research’, and host the NIHR Research Design Service for the East of England.
Postgraduate study qualification from the University of Essex.