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  • Staff Conference

    19 November 2015

    Preparing your students

    for success in Health

    and Education

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    Welcome to Middlesex University

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    Middlesex University: our key values

    Preparing your students for success in Health and Education

    • Striving for Excellence

    • Placing needs of our students first

    • Promoting diversity and

    inclusiveness

    • Service to the community

    • Freedom of academic enquiry and

    professionalism.

    Recent figures:

    • 37,5000 students world wide

    • 23,000 students in London

    • 87% employability

    • 83% student satisfaction

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    Four international campuses

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  • The School of Health and Education An Overview of Health

    Presented by Jan Williams

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    Health and Education: Who are we?

    • Make up of School: Size & Complexity

    • Partnership work is key to all that we do – strong networks

    • Diverse funding sources to exploit – including international – HEFCE; NHS; NCTL

    • Strength of provision and roots in Professional Practice

    • Commitment to our student groups and the challenges they face

    • Opportunities for innovation – in past often born from necessity

    • Opportunities to expand our strong track record in Research and Knowledge Transfer

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    Research and KT activity

    School Research Centres

    • Centre for Education Research and Scholarship (CERS)

    • Centre for Transcultural Studies in Health

    • Drugs and Alcohol Research Centre (DARC)

    • Centre for Critical Research in Nursing and Midwifery (CCRNM)

    KT activities

    • CPD – Nursing, Midwifery, Social work, Eduaction

    • Contract research – e.g. HENCEL

    • Training:

    - Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

    - Families and Schools Together (FAST), multi-£m contract for Save the Children

    VC presentation Sept. | 7

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    Curriculum developments

    • Inter-professional learning – requirement for Nursing and Midwifery, now expanded to students in Social Work and Education for 2015.

    • Integrated Masters in Nursing – Primary Care (validated 2014) and also Mental Health (2015)

    • Accreditation work – e.g., GP - Homeless Healthcare and Inclusive Health level 7 provision

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    Innovation Hub for Workforce Transformation

    Three key areas of work:

    • The nature and scope of health and social care work

    • Developing the existing health and social care workforce, in particular – widening participation

    • Enhancing the education and training of the health and social care workforce

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    Innovation Hub – successes and opportunities

    • Widening participation for HCAs

    • Social care training for GPs

    • Developing education and training for new roles

    • Partnership working

    • Developing CPEN and CCG partnerships

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    Health and Education: Questions?

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  • Midwifery

    Presented by Jo Killingley

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    Objectives

    • To inform you of the quality of the midwifery student experience at Middlesex University

    • To explore the expectations of the role of the midwifery student at degree level

    • To ensure the expectations are realistic

    • To assist in the journey of becoming a degree level midwife

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    Midwifery at Middlesex

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    UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES underpinned by Research

    Midwifery Registration Programmes

    • Based on the EU directive

    • Monitored by the NMC

    • Strong guidance and support from experts in their field – spending time in practice; Make the most of assessment and feedback opportunities to help the student

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    What will the student be doing?

    • Caring for women and their families during pregnancy and childbirth

    • Working with others to ensure excellent care for women during pregnancy, labour, & beyond

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    What are the careers in midwifery?

    Specialist midwives e.g. high risk care,

    young people,

    vulnerable adults

    Working in hospital or community

    (or both) Midwifery education

    Midwifery/ Clinical

    research work

    Ward Managers or

    Midwife

    Consultants

    Continuing Professional

    Development opportunities at

    Middlesex: e.g. Master’s Level and then Doctorate

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    What do we mean by Degree Level?

    As a degree midwife you will need to develop and demonstrate skills in:

    • Critical analysis

    • Decision making

    • Leadership and management

    • Clinical judgement

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    Expectations of the student – NHS values

    • Put women and their families first - care for women and babies as individuals with compassion, listen and act on their views, keep their safety and needs at the heart of your actions

    • Respect others and yourself

    • Strive to be the best and promote quality and efficiency

    • Act as an advocate for the woman and baby

    • Take pride in your midwifery care

    • Act with integrity and demonstrate the ability to meet NMC Essential skills – Care, Compassion and Communication

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    What we want – Professional Attributes

    • Respect for self and others

    • Compassion and sensitive to people’s experiences

    • Respect for dignity

    • Ability to communicate, demonstrating values, awareness and judgement appropriate to the healthcare environment and specific circumstances.

    • Confidentiality

    • Punctuality

    • Reliability

    • Professional appearance

    • Demonstrate potential for autonomy and leadership skills such as the management of self and others

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    The 6 C’s

    • Care

    • Compassion

    • Competence

    • Communication

    • Courage

    • Commitment

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    What we do not want

    Students who are unprofessional both in class and in practice

    Those who do not respect their peers, colleagues and/or clients

    Those who not demonstrate the ‘6 C s’ in class or in practice

    Those who do not engage with the midwifery programme

    What would that look like in practice?

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    Clinical Placement with Partner Trusts

    Whittington Hospital

    The Royal Free and Barnet North Middlesex

    Whipps Cross

    Barts Health

    Chase Farm

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    Why Choose Middlesex?

    • Quality: - The programme recognises the importance of caring for

    patients in a variety of practice settings

    • Effective Teaching: - Effective learning and teaching strategies that really work to

    produce quality graduate students

    - Implement change through the student voice

    • Support: - Specialist team of lecturers

    - Enhanced levels of student support & facilities

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  • How long does it take to qualify as a midwife?

    3 years BSc (Hons) Midwifery