Module - Introduction to Healthcare Science, Professional Practice and Clinical Leadership (SCC110)
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
- Attend clinics, ward rounds, treatment and/or rehabilitation sessions, etc., in primary or secondary care, or in the charity or voluntary sector where patients attend, and observe how patient–professional relationships are developed and maintained, and reflect on how the following impact on the patient–professional relationship:
- response to illness
- patient and carer perspective
- health belief models
- diversity of the patient experience
- disability, including learning disabilities
- potential health inequalities
- impact of life-threatening and critical conditions
- patient involvement in decisions regarding their
- Observe a current screening programme in the workplace and discuss the principles and practice of screening programmes in healthcare as a means of reducing disease burden with your training officer.
- Observe and participate in internally and externally accredited quality management systems and critically appraise both in your area of practice.