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Published Conference Proceedings - Paper
May 2007

An innovative approach to programme delivery within an allied health degree

Supyk, J & Martin, R & Marsden, D 2007, An innovative approach to programme delivery within an allied health degree, in: 'Evidenced Based Practice: Interprofessional Conference Proceedings ', Liverpool John Moores University Press , Liverpool, UK, pp.69-74. Conference details: Evidence Based Practice: Inter-Professional Conference.

Abstract

The development of a new inter-professional allied health degree at the University of Salford provided opportunities for partnerships with a number of organisations & individuals. This report will focus on the partnership with the Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust which led to collaboration with a team of experienced occupational therapists to develop, deliver and assess a second year module. This report will outline the tripartite evaluation of the module by students, tutors and practitioners. It will highlight the practitioners learning needs, the challenges and advantages of this approach and our ideas for developing the partnership and module further

Authors

SEEK Members

External Authors

Jo-Anne Supyk

David Marsden

Publication Details

Conference Proceedings
Martin, R & Supyk, & Marsden, eds. 2007, Evidenced Based Practice: Interprofessional Conference Proceedings , Liverpool John Moores University Press , Liverpool, UK, pp.69-74.

Conference Details
Evidence Based Practice: Inter-Professional Conference