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Richard Day and Sharon Heahthcote

Lecturers in Healthcare Sciences and Medicine

Published 11 Sep 2019

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Keeping it Clinical! Creating 'real' personal and professional change in PGT E-learning

In this video, Richard Day and Sharon Heathcote talk of the development of their PGT E-learning environment, in which they gave students the opportunity to analyse patients through a series of online 'activities'. They include student narratives discussing their experience with the module.

Watch Richard Day and Sharon Heathcote discuss the development of their PGT E-learning environment, in which they gave students the opportunity to analyse patients through a series of online 'activities'

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