Podcasting in therapeutic related fields Examples from the IMPALA extend Beyond Distance Research Alliance, University

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Potcasting - Video Podcast on Anatomical Specimens (Royal Veterinary College) . RationaleStudents have a long way to go in first year inside of a brief timeframe. e.g., the life systems of the head should be secured in 4 weeks!Problem inspiring understudies to think in 3D from a 2D chart. To create understudies autonomous learning aptitudes (key skill)Students can visit these pots later on in their courses

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Podcasting in therapeutic related fields Examples from the IMPALA extend Beyond Distance Research Alliance, University of Leicester

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Potcasting - Video Podcast on Anatomical Specimens (Royal Veterinary College) Rationale Students have a long way to go in first year inside a brief timeframe. e.g., the life systems of the make a beeline for be shrouded in 4 weeks! Issue inspiring understudies to think in 3D from a 2D graph. To create understudies autonomous learning abilities (key aptitude) Students can visit these pots later on in their courses or after. Free up staff time: less 1-to-1 association: understudies examine autonomously. An asset pool of inclining items to help clarify troublesome ideas. Application Description Select one particular body framework (the Head framework) Work with understudy center gathering to recognize important anatomical points Video pots and alter to distinguish key structures Upload to the VLE and connection to the significant area of the educational modules Future Catalog a full scope of examples Get understudies to record their own particular potcasts

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Student-produced podcasts on ebb and flow issues in (Genetics, University of Leicester) Rationale For restorative understudies who don't pick up lab encounter Application Description Students were separated into gatherings of 4-6 understudies: each gathering examined and chose a subject and built up a podcast on that theme: e.g.,. Moral issues encompassing Genetics Screening Diabetes DNA fingerprinting Ethnical issues encompassing Designer Babies Hemophilia A+B Screening babies Students choose the configuration of their podcast, e.g. talk with, dialog, speaker. Podcasts to be made accessible to different understudies by means of VLE Future Content from meetings with specialists in Genetics (introduction to the specialists of world-class scientists)

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E-tivities from Inter-Professional Education Carpe Diem course plan workshop by the Adelie extend Beyond Distance Research Alliance, University of Leicester

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John and Monica's story: A Carer's Perspective John was 57 years of age when he had his stroke. Prior to the stroke in 1995 he was fit and well.  However, on reflection, Monica understands that something was not exactly appropriate with her significant other, John, as he had been having minutes when he was outwardly disorientated and losing his core interest. Monica now thinks this could have been because of transient ischaemic attacks.  He didn't see his GP about these scenes yet he went to the optician and was given another solution for glasses. Monica was John's full time carer. Remember, this is only one carer's point of view. Presentation (weblink) Sky News report (Blackboard content)

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NEXT: Inter-Professional Education E-tivity 2: John's Care Pathway

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John's Care Pathway Refresh and remind yourself of the resources accessible to carers and social insurance experts with respect to Stroke rules (Royal College of Physicians succinct arrangement: pdf) The Stroke Association (site) The National Service Framework for more seasoned individuals  (this is a substantial PDF file.  Refer to standard 5 which is identified with stroke) Stroke review dynamic (Blackboard content: Abstract of Stroke Audit in 1994) UHL Stroke rules: initial 48 hours   (Blackboard content) UHL rules: stroke administration John's care pathway Click here to peruse John's care pathway (Breeze introduction)

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NEXT: Inter-Professional Education E-tivity 3: Chocolate or Clinifeed?

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Chocolate or Clinifeed? A confusion of John's stroke was the loss of his gulping reflex. Along these lines, John can't eat in the standard way. To address this issue, John has a PEG (Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrotomy). Assets: About PEGS (weblink) Video: Nobody let me know (Monica's story: weblink)

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NEXT: Inter-Professional Education E-tivity 4: Gadgets and Gizmos

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