Day One (Session Option 1): Approaches to Practice-based Learning
Monday 12th April BST & AEST
The theme of day one of the International Education Conference will be Approaches to Practice-based Learning. The importance of practice based learning is universally acknowledged. This day will showcase innovative approaches from around the world to the challenges of offering supportive and sustainable learning in the paramedic practice environment.
These sessions will take place twice on this day with the first taking place at 08:00-11:00 BST (Monday 12th April 17:00-20:00 AEST). These sessions will be repeated at 17:00-20:00 BST (Tuesday 13th April 02:00-05:00 AEST) with similar content, to enable delegates to attend the event most suitable to your time zone.
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Innovations in Teaching and Learning 17:00-20:00 BST (02:00-05:00 AEST)
Research in Paramedic Education 08:00-11:00 BST (17:00-20:00 AEST)
The Use of Simulation in Education 08:00-11:00 BST (17:00-20:00 AEST)
Transition to Professional Practice 08:00-11:00 BST (17:00-20:00 AEST)
Paramedic Education Policy 08:00-11:00 BST (17:00 - 20:00 AEST)
Assessment 08:00-11:00 BST (17:00 - 20:00 AEST)
Principal Lecturer in Paramedic Science, University of Hertfordshire - The Paramedic Practice Educator - The Most Important Person in the Room ~ Vince is Principal Lecturer and Programme Lead for the BSc(Hons) Paramedic Science at the University of Hertfordshire. A Health & Care Professions Council partner since 2006, Vince has been involved in the approval of a wide range of paramedic educational programmes across the country as well as assessing CPD submissions and sitting on Conduct and Competence Fitness to Practise panel hearings. Vince is Trustee Official for Education for the College of Paramedics and Chairs the College’s Education Committee. He has completed his Professional Doctorate in Education which focuses on the theory-practice relationship in paramedic undergraduate education. This work has informed the development of university accredited ambulance service Paramedic Practice Educator courses as well as the College’s position on practice-based learning, including the editing of the College of Paramedics’ Handbook for Practice Educators and Facilitators.
Senior Lecturer Paramedic Science, University of Hertfordshire, Advanced Paramedic Practitioner- Critical Care, London Ambulance Service NHS Trust - Replacing Placement with Simulation - a Product of the Pandemic ~ Alex holds a Senior Lecturer position at the University of Hertfordshire within the Paramedic Science team and teaches on both undergraduate and postgraduate modules. Alex has over 13 years’ experience working in prehospital care and has been an Advanced Paramedic Practitioner in Critical Care for the London Ambulance Service (LAS) for the last six years, sharing this role with her university role. Alex also undertook a secondment as a flight Paramedic with London's Air Ambulance from 2019-2020. Alex has an MSc in Paramedic Science and for her research dissertation, explored why there were fewer women in Critical Care roles within the ambulance service. In her spare time, Alex enjoys playing rugby, travel, walking her fox hound ‘Ralph’ and exploring the great outdoors. ~ Connect with Alexandra on Twitter: @alex_ulrich1
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