Module - Co Production of Health (SBI123)
Clinical experiential learning is the range of activities trainees may undertake in order to gain the experience and evidence to demonstrate their achievement of module competencies and assessments. The list is not definitive or mandatory, but training officers should ensure, as best training practice, that trainees gain as many of these clinical experiences as possible. They should be included in training plans, and once undertaken they should support the completion of module assessments and competencies within the e-portfolio.
Clinical experiential learning
- With permission, observe healthcare professionals negotiating shared care with patients in the context of digital technology. Critically appraise the communication/interaction, seeking the views of both the patient and the health professional, and identify factors that have a positive impact on the negotiation and areas that could be improved.
- Visit a range of clinical environments in primary and secondary care, and if possible in the home environment, where patients with chronic diseases are encouraged to take an active role in their care (e.g. diabetes clinics), and identify barriers to the use of telehealth and telecare technologies and the implications for a patient in the use of wearable technology (e.g. sensor monitoring heart rate, etc.) or mobile technology (e.g. apps, etc.).
- Attend a multidisciplinary team meeting where the use of clinical information from an audit is presented and discussed, and critically reflect on the role of the Clinical Scientist within multidisciplinary teams.
- Attend multidisciplinary clinical research meetings and critically evaluate how the research outcomes will inform the critical evaluation of practice of the multidisciplinary team and your personal practice, and discuss your experience with your training supervisor.