Enhancing learning and teaching about mental health across the disciplines
Practice Education plays a vital role in providing experiential and work based learning to thousands of health and social care students across the UK. With such an important role in the education of future health and social care professionals the HEA are delighted to announce this inaugural meeting of the Practice Education Special Interest Group. The aims of the group is to support those educators who are responsible for the design, co-ordination and delivery of practice based education. This inaugural meeting will include input from the Chair of the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), details of professional recognition and a discussion about issues related to the assessment of competence. The meeting will also be used to identify and plan future special interest group activities.
The Practice Education Special Interest Group is free to attend to HEA subscribers and their NHS and Social Care partners and will be of interest to Directors of Placements, Placement co-ordinators, Practice Placement Facilitators and Practice Educators from NHS and Social Care providers. Places are limited and are strictly on a first come basis.
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