Teaching & Learning (Integrated services)

Purpose of the proposed group

  • Develop a community of practice with a range of external stakeholders to support, develop and sustain, applied research, teaching and learning methodologies and content to enhance employability and the required graduate attributes of Health and Social Care students to work in integrated services.
  • Create a national/international forum to share best practice, establish research partnerships, enhance student experience for courses within the integrated care curriculum project
  • Build on and create networks within an emerging international field in this area
  • Promote and embed and sustain the ethos and culture of integrated, interprofessional and stakeholder co-production for this provision
  • Objectives of the proposed group

  • Enhance the employability of a Hallam graduate working within integrated health and social care services
  • Celebrate, create a focus for and champion innovative teaching and learning approaches that are co-produced with partners to showcase Hallam as a leading educator for interprofessional learning for the emerging integrated health and social care services
  • Foster opportunities for collaborative research projects
  • Improve student satisfaction metrics regarding teaching quality
  • Ensure that the voice of the service user is present
  • Meet ongoing professional regulatory requirements where appropriate
  • Develop international partnerships and student opportunities
  • Group main contacts
    Name: Claire Walsh
    Role: Academic Delivery Manager, Nursing and Midwifery
    Email address c.walsh@shu.ac.uk