Tag: Placements

Paramedic Primary Care Placements 2021

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Placing paramedic students starting 24/05/21
Student tariff of £87.50 per week

The University of the West of England (UWE) Paramedic Science programme would like to increase the number of paramedics that experience a placement in primary care during their three-year BSc (Hons) programme. The UWE Paramedic programme would like to place students in primary care for 2 weeks, starting on the Monday 24 May, 2021.

Placement of paramedic students attracts the AHP student tariff of £87.50 per week. For more information on the process and aims of student paramedic placements, please click the button below.

I hope your organisation will consider support and development of the programme by providing placements for one or more students. Ideally, students would be placed in pairs so they can support each other whilst in placement, but single placement offers will be gladly accepted. Please contact me if you are able to support the placement of a paramedic student in primary care.

Thanks for your continued support with student placements.

Kind regards,

Phil Elverd
Education Facilitator | BNSSG Training Hub
[email protected]

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CLiP PCN Project

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For the attention of all PCNs
Get involved with this HEE-funded project

This is a HEE pilot to increase student nurse placements across the South West, with a call for 1 – 2 PCNs in BNSSG to host 4 – 8 students via the Collaborative Learning in Practice (CLiP) model. This coaching model tasks students from different years with taking the lead in caring for patients, and entrusts them with supporting and learning from one another.

Participating PCNs will not only receive support from the Training Hub and local HEIs, with staff being provided preparatory training, but they will also be able to claim a one-off £3,000 support payment (available per PCN, and alongside the usual weekly tariff of £87 per week).

In addition to expanding student nurse placements, the project is intended to raise the quality of learning environments, promote general practice nursing careers, assess the CLiP model’s suitability for other professions, and provide research output and case studies.


To watch a promotional video about how the CLiP model works in general practice, please click here.

The pilot will begin in January and is limited to two PCNs 
If interested, contact Dr. Holly Hardy ASAP

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