Day Three: Research in Paramedic Education
Wednesday 14th April BST & AEST
Day three of the International Education Conference focuses on Research in Paramedic Education. Evidence based education practice is fundamental to providing valid and reliable teaching, learning and assessment. As the research base for paramedic practice grows, so too does our understanding of what makes for authentic paramedic education.
Whether you are an experienced paramedic educator or new to teaching and learning, this day offers the opportunity to consider key questions in paramedic education research.
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Day One - Monday 12th April (Session Option 1): Approaches to Practice-based Learning 08:00-11:00 BST (17:00-20:00 AEST)
Day One - Tuesday 13th April (Session Option 2):
Approaches to Practice-based Learning 17:00-20:00 BST (02:00-05:00 AEST)
Day Two - Tuesday 13th April: Innovations in Teaching and Learning 17:00-20:00 BST (02:00-05:00 AEST)
Day Four - Thursday 15th April: The Use of Simulation in Education 08:00-11:00 BST (17:00-20:00 AEST)
Day Five - Friday 16th April: Transition to Professional Practice 08:00-11:00 BST (17:00-20:00 AEST)
Day Six - Saturday 17th April: Paramedic Education Policy 08:00-11:00 BST (17:00 - 20:00 AEST)
Day Seven - Sunday 18th April: Assessment 08:00-11:00 BST (17:00 - 20:00 AEST)
Nicki is a Critical Care Nurse, Senior Lecturer and Head of Department at the University of Hull. She holds Principal Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy and she is the Chair of the British Association of Critical Care Nurses (BACCN). Her role is to provide vision, direction, leadership and to develop strategy. This involves strategic leadership at a national level, chairing the executive board and national board. She holds positions on the National Critical Care Leadership forum and UK Critical Care Nursing Alliance. She has been the nurse advisor to the Department of Health Adult Critical Care Clinical Reference Group and is a specialist advisor in critical care nursing to NHSE. She is involved in national and international research and education for critical care nursing and was appointed Director for Nurse Education at the NHS Nightingale Hospital Yorkshire and the Humber during the COVID pandemic.
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