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I was employed between January 1996 and January 1997 by the
University of the West of England,
Faculty of Health & Social Care, following incorporation of the Bath
& Swindon College of Health Studies and others into a new faculty.
This post involved teaching, primarily on the Diploma in
Applied Health Studies (Nursing), I also tought on a wide range of other
courses and programmes from Initial undergraduates Pre-registration studies to
Masters Courses. Particular specialist areas include; First Aid, Nursing care
of adult acutely ill or injured patients, Information Management &
I was co-ordinator role for the Adult and Child branch examination setting group. I was approved marker for the Diploma Course. I was also been involved in recruitment and selection procedures for the course.
I was involved in the setting up of the Research Resource Group within the college, and was involved in the group which made suggestions to the academic board about ways in which the college could encourage research, and co-ordinated the research theme for the diploma course.
My clinical background is in Accident and Emergency nursing and I linked with ENT and general surgical wards and operating theatres at the R.U.H.
I acted as a personal tutor to 20 students on the diploma course, 4 students on the ENB 998 Teaching & Assessing in Clinical practice course. In addition I had a mentor role with a student undertaking a Post Graduate Diploma in Education.
I have been involved in the recommendation of information technology equipment within the college, and have developed an IM&T. course as part of the programme. Since April 1996 I acted as editor for the Faculty's web pages. When I left in Jan 1997 this was taken over by Bob Bampbfylde.
I can be contacted Rod@RodSpace.co.uk
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