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PebblePad Healthcare Symposium

Learning and teaching activities with PebblePad for the health care professions

 
 

Introduction

This half-day event will be a fantastic opportunity to share practice and discuss how PebblePad can be used for teaching, learning and assessment at modular or unit level, for undergraduate or for CPD activities. Clinical assessment using PebblePad remains a high area of interest and will also have a place on the programme. The event is open to anyone and we’ve deliberately kept attendance costs low (£30.00) to encourage delegates to stay over and attend MiniBash (UK) the following day.

Date, Time, Location

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PebblePad Healthcare Symposium
Date: Wednesday, 28th June 2017
Time: 13.00 - 17.00
Address: thestudio, 7 Cannon Street, Birmingham, B2 5EP, UK
Facilitators: Debbie Holmes, PebblePad

 
 

Programme*

  • 1315 - 1330 - Refreshments and Registration
  • 1330 - 1345 - Welcome and an introduction to the PebblePad Health Landscape 2017-2018
  • 1345 - 1445 - Sharing Success Stories (5 x 8 mins plus 20min discussion)
    • Catching them early – but in a good way: Laying the foundations for effective e-portfolio Practice. Rob Shaw and Fiona Meth, Leeds Beckett University
    • Using Pebble to enable MPharm students to begin the process of reflection and CPD. Tracey Coppin, Keele University
    • Supporting Admiral Nurses to demonstrate competence through a workbook on PebblePad. Jen Bray and Chris Carter, University of Worcester
    • Paramedics and PebblePad: The programme and the takeaway. Andy Kirke, Sheffield Hallam University
    • Using PebblePad to engage students in weekly low fidelity immersive simulation in a complex care clinical nursing unit. Dr Martin Hopkins and Dr Caroline Nilson, Murdoch University
  • 1445 - 1500 - Tea break
  • 1500 - 1530 - Sharing Success Stories (2 x 8 mins plus 15 min discussion)
    • Medical students do interesting things using PebblePad. Lydia Crow, University of Edinburgh
    • PebblePad for Collaboration - Using Workbooks and Embed blocks on a Mental Health Simulation to encourage Collaborative learning and teamwork. Russ Brookes, University of West England
  • 1530 - 1645 - PebblePad to support clinical assessment, discussion and activity
  • 1645 - 1700 - Closing comments
  • 1700 - Close and invite to meet for drinks

*Programme subject to change