Volunteer to be a patient for an OSCE with UoC – Bridgewater – multiple dates

Student or SWASFT staff

NorthEastWestAll GradesRegistered CliniciansNorthEastWestStudents

OSCE stands for Objective Structured Clinical Examination. SWAST Students on the BSc paramedic degree apprenticeship programme with the University of Cumbria (UoC) need to complete a level 5 system assessment OSCE and a level 6 patient assessment OSCE.

Volunteering to play the role of a patient is a fantastic opportunity to see an OSCE without being assessed and meet the team! You do not need any prior knowledge or acting experience.

This is a great opportunity for all, but particularly for those who are aspiring to be on the programme and current students. You will also receive a UoC CPD certificate for your participation.

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Embracing Neurodiversity (E-Learning) via Do It 23/24

Available to all staff & students

Distance LearningAll GradesStudents

Embracing Neurodiversity is an online accessibly designed e-learning course for employees aiming to support, retain and attract a truly neurodiverse workforce.

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Palliative & End-of-life Care Training Programme

All staff & students - most beneficial to patient focused roles

NorthEastWestDistance LearningAll GradesRegistered CliniciansDistance LearningStudents

Open to all All staff & students. A three-step course aiming to deliver practical, focused, frontline palliative care skills and knowledge to all ambulance clinicians across the whole Southwest. The first step will be a focused handbook on palliative care, sent out before the course start date.
The second step is a virtual, interactive teaching day on July 12th. (*This is now a recorded session for those that couldn't attend*). During this day we will build on the concepts in the handbook. .
The final step will be to attend a 1-hour Q&A session. This will allow you to ask any specific questions to a palliative care specialist.

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