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Blended Learning

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Study your way
Predominantly remote learning, so you can be flexible with your time

Developed by HEE and HEIs across England – and in conjunction with an advisory group featuring representatives from partner organisations – the Blended Learning programme has been established to address national shortages in clinical expertise and to offer predominantly virtual,  remote-access study to individuals unable to study for a healthcare role in a traditional fashion.

This programme will be trialled via a nursing degree programme, to start in early 2021. Trainee nurses will have easy access to new and emerging technologies, helping them and their employing trusts to meet the requirement for strong digital capabilities, whilst also furnishing the NHS will an up-to-date, adaptable workforce.

The aims of this programme are to:

“Provide a technology framework that enables student-led provision, online communities of practice leading to development of engaged and self -directed learners with strong digital capabilities”

“Develop flexible, adaptable, resilient, curious, collaborative learners and professionals”

“Attract greater numbers and a more diverse student population into the health profession”

“Create a significantly different offer in healthcare professional education, that will support the growth of a qualitatively different, expert and professional workforce suited to the demands of care now and in the future”

“Fully exploit digital technologies to deliver fully interactive and integrated programmes including immersive technologies like Virtual and Augmented Reality”

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Apply to become a GP Academic Clinical Fellow

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Applications  are now open
Posts commencing in August 2021

The University of Bristol’s Centre for Academic Primary Care has a successful GP Academic Clinical Fellow (ACF) training programme, with two or three posts funded by both the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) and Severn Postgraduate Medical Education (Severn PGME) each year.

The programme provides a joint clinical and academic training programme for those seeking a career in academic general practice, and is aimed at trainee GPs; applications will be accepted from those wishing to start at ST1, ST2, or ST3.

The programme is intended to provide delegates with basic training in research methods, experience of conducting research, and support with making an application for an externally-funded PhD programme.

For more information, including how to apply, please use the button below.

Application deadline: Wednesday 4 November

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Physiotherapist Apprenticeships | South West Employer Forum

Physiotherapist apprenticeships
How can you set up physiotherapy apprenticeships in your local area?
Look no further than HEE’s Physiotherapist Apprenticeship Employer Forum

To be held on Teams on Wednesday 18 November, from 10.30 to 13.00, this will be an opportunity for physiotherapy leads and apprenticeship / education leads to:

  • Ensure that service leads understand the apprenticeship model and how to implement it within their service area
  • Explore how to set up apprenticeships in physiotherapy, looking at examples from established provision nationally
  • Link you with your apprenticeship / education leads, to discuss how to implement locally
  • Link you with regional colleagues to share best practice and discuss ideas
  • Establish what provision we would like regionally, and how to procure this
  • Offer support from HEE and CSP

To book your place, please send a message to [email protected].
Include your full name, job title, organisation, email address, and the names of any other contacts you wish to be in attendance.

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