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1 Coordinators Day April 2014

2 Placement Team Teresa Rushton (Team Coordinator)
Vicky Nolan (Module leader level 3) Karen Scorer (Module leader level 2) Michelle Kerslake (Module leader level 1) Kate Jackson (Contemporary Placements) Jenny Parlett (South central link tutor)

3 Update Level 3 Placements
Level 3 placement – 23rd September 2013 – 13th December 2013 174 students placed 149 students passed 12 students failed 12 students deferred 1 student withdrew from the course

4 Update Level 3 Placements
This is not accurate

5 Level 3 International Placements
10 students completed placements overseas: 2 in South Africa 2 in Finland 2 in Malta 2 in Belgium 1 in US 1 in Ireland

6 Update Level 2 Placements
Level 2 (17th February 2014 – 25th April 2014) 175 students placed Student debriefs arranged for 15th May 2014

7 Update Level 2 Placements
Range of marks achieved so far: WD/DF < 20% 2 16 35 37 19 5

8 Level 1 Placement Update
177 students in total: All students who can be placed have been placed!! Thank you and your teams for your offers. 134OT(2013 programme) :165 students placed-7 weeks. -Monday 19th May – Friday 4th July 2014 -Note: case study presentation with formative feedback prior to presentation no re-sit opportunity. 159OT (2008 programme) : 10 students placed-6 weeks -Monday 19th May – Friday 27th June 2014 -Case study presentation: re-sit opportunity if fail initial attempt.

9 Summer Placements 28 student placements required currently
Levels 1, 2 and 3 Range of clinical area’s Variety of student’s returning students, resit and deferred placements 9 placement offers so far – thank you!!! Welcome any further offers

10 Contemporary Placements (Level 2)
Currently 6 students on Level 2 contemporary placements Social enterprise Specialist school (who had OT students for 1st time at Level 3 and wanted to continue momentum) Neighbourhood charity (community project)

11 Planning for Level 3 placements
Evaluations have been undertaken for Level Recent CPD half day event for OTs & mentors involved in CPs Currently working towards 40 Level 3 students going on contemporary placements at Level Many existing placements continuing New placement developments underway: Warwick University, Headway, Order of St Johns Care Trust, Forensic services Birmingham

12 Opportunities for long arm supervision
ORBIT care and repair Hoarding or Telecare (Coventry or Leamington Spa base) 1 student Training and support provided by Coventry University Mentor/Long arm supervision training day Thursday 4th September 2014 in Coventry

13 Placement Evaluation / Feedback
Faculty placement evaluation – staged implementation currently Multi- faceted Local information – process, resources, support etc Organisational data Completed with level 3 students – unfortunately though due to technical issues we were unable to run the reports as expected Faculty evaluation group met and have agreed some report formats Plan to complete electronically with level 2 students

14 Educator Feedback Amended PE evaluation sent to all educators following level 3 placements 52 responses (31%) Exceptions identified: 2 respondents did not have written information regarding the placement available for students 8 respondents did not feel that the university studies prepared students for placement When further comments given related to preparation for CBOA, basic sciences, models of practice, conditions 3 respondents stated that the learning agreement wasn’t completed in the first 2 weeks Most respondents stated they had not received feedback from the university – this was however due to the technical issue we had with the student evaluation process

15 Educator Feedback Identified
Practical issues related to arranging the case based oral assessment and university staff availability. Practical issues of not having a car in a community placement. Resourcing the case based oral assessment and the time taken to type up the feedback. Some confusion when marking the CBOA and that it would be better if the marking was not split into 3 sections. Preference for a midway visit rather than telephone tutorial. The need for the university to be clear about student expectations for contacting the placement, providing CV and introductory letter, completing a pre-placement visit, preparing for the placement and the placement setting (revision / research into clinical conditions etc), preparing a draft learning agreement The need to be informed when a student has experienced failure previously both from an academic and placement perspective

16 Educator Feedback Identified The CBOA had been very supportive
CBOA information within the handbook was comprehensive The university assessor was truly lovely to work alongside An excellent learning opportunity for both the students and our OT team. The students were outstanding students who engaged well in self directed learning

17 Level 3 Placement Evaluation - Strengths
Higher level of feedback from students received due to new evaluation form Wider range of marks with more students gaining 60% & above this year than previous years Although a higher fail rate (12 students), this is seen as a positive which reinforces the need for some students to repeat placements when necessary for their clinical development

18 Level 3 Placement Evaluation - Enhancements
Following placement review, CBOA process requires further consistency throughout. Plans in place to complete further training with university assessors Educator training to incorporate more detailed guidance re CBOA

19 Sample of student feedback from level 3 placements
‘I can not express how much I really enjoyed and valued my level 3 placement. It was a great experience & I really gained a lot not only about the role of the OT but also about myself that I was not aware of’ ‘A major positive for me was the approachability of staff, and their dedication to verbal reflections (end of day meetings) on a daily basis. Extremely helpful, particularly when needing to discuss challenges’ ‘I feel the educator could have had more resources available to me, but overall it was a good placement’ ‘Working within a learning disability community team was very challenging as each service user is very different & their needs very specific. I found it difficult to get to grips with the placement but found it very helpful in developing my OT skills.’ ‘This was an outstanding placement which supported me throughout to meet my criteria & beyond. The team, mentor & educator were fantastic & supported me every step of the way.’

20 Placement Connect Specific occupational therapy resources which are available include CBOA tutorial Students with additional support requirements International placements Contemporary placements Handbook information including copies of assessment, marking criteria etc All faculty policies are available for download from the generic web pages Generic resources include: Teaching, learning and assessment in practice Induction Supporting the failing student

21 Workshops Coventry BSc Occupational Therapy Programme Update
Models of supervision Facilitating student learning within the practice placement setting Occupational Therapy Models of Practice Supporting the failing student Supporting the student with addition support requirements within the practice placement setting  Each of the workshops last between hours in duration

22 Forthcoming Foundation Studies Events
APPLE Training dates 2013/14 29th & 30th October th & 12th February th & 9th May rd & 4th December 2013 in Bracknell 6th & 7th May 2014 in Stoke on Trent APPLE Training dates 2014/15 11th & 12th November 2014 15th & 16th April 2015 21st & 22nd July 2015

23 25 Year Celebrations Alumni Events Conference Saturday March 29th 2014
Wednesday May 21st 2014 Invitations have been sent

24 ECQ All programmes submitted self evaluation documents
Nursing programmes were formally reviewed on 16th April 2014 Not received formal outcome of the review

25 2013 Curriculum Update

26 BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy Course Structure: Position of Modules
Full Time Programme 2013 Year Session A Session B 1 University Based Studies: The Person and Occupational Performance *Foundations in Communication and Professionalism Exploring Evidence to Enhance Learning and Practice Occupation for Health and Well Being Occupational Therapy Process for Practice *Social Determinants of Health and Wellbeing Foundation Studies: Professional Skills Development Professional Practice Placement 1 7 weeks 2 Occupation: Reasoning, Theory and Process Therapeutic Skills for OT Practice *Evidence Informed Practice and Decision Making Professional Practice Placement 2 10 weeks followed by University based de-briefing Contexts of Occupational Therapy Practice 3 Professional Practice Placement 3 12 weeks *Advancing Practice Option Module * Enhancing Practice through Evaluation and Research Occupational Therapy: Employability and Entrepreneurship *Working Together to Lead Service Improvement

27 Placement changes Inclusion of foundations for practice placement module – mandatory but non credit bearing Level 1 placement length 7 weeks Retained presentations at each level – however weighting amended 10% level 1, 20% level 2, 30% level 3 Reviewed and amended marking criteria in response to student and educator feedback Formative assessment for the presentations – students will be required to submit a detailed outline of their presentations for the midway assessment – formal formative feedback will be included within the mid way report / assessment

28 Placements by Programme
Dates Programme Level 3 September – December 2013 2008 (existing) programme Level 2 February – April 2014 Level 1 May – July 2014 2013 (new) programme September – December 2014 February – April 2015 May – July 2015 September – December 2015

29 133OT – Foundation Studies: Professional Skills Development.
Academic Modules Module introduced 2013/14 academic year Placement 130OT Mandatory Training Interpersonal Skills Teamwork 101CC Management Skills Ethics 133OT Professionalism 132OT Engagement in the learning process Theory into Practice 131OT Reflection Occupational Therapy Process 129OT Placement Preparation Occupation as therapy Practice Theory

30 10 core areas identified within the Skills for Health Training Framework:
Conflict Resolution Equality, Diversity and Human Rights Fire Safety Health, Safety and Welfare Infection Prevention and Control (including hand hygiene) Information Governance Moving and Handling CPR Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults (now Adults at risk) Safeguarding Vulnerable Children (Children at risk)

31 Online Training Modules
Mandatory Training Workshops Lectures Online Training Modules Moving & Handling (Session A) CPR Training 2 hour session. Also includes hand hygiene Health & Safety (Induction Week) Launch Lecture (Feb 2014) Food Hygiene (May 2014) Safeguarding Adults & Children at risk. MODULE 1: Information Governance MODULE 2: Fire Safety MODULE 3: Equality & Diversity MODULE 4: Conflict Resolution MODULE 5: Infection Control MODULE 6: Safeguarding MODULE 7: Food Hygiene

32 Placement Preparation
Introduction to the Learning Agreement. The assessment process including 10 components Reflection and reflective Practice Supervision Effective Teamwork and collaborative working Risk Assessment

33 Placement Preparation
Professionalism in relation to placement Ethics in relation to placement CV writing Documentation and Record Keeping Placement expectations Q & A session with PE’s and past students: VOLUNTEERS NEEDED PLEASE. Online Resources: CV writing, introductory letter and documentation and record keeping information.

34 Questions / Comments

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