The latest edition of the International Journal of Practice-based Learning in Health and Social Care (Vol 5, No 2) is out now.
Available in .pdf format, the new edition includes Lynn Clouder’s editorial ‘A Reflection on Leaving a Legacy’, as well as research articles on student’s placement experience, the role of mindfulness, and personal resilience.
- A Reflection on Leaving a Legacy (Lynn Clouder)
- Students’ Experiences and Perceptions of Interprofessional Supervision on Placement (Kizzy Yang, Gillian Nisbet, Lindy McAllister)
- Exploring the Role of Mindfulness as a Potential Self-Management Strategy for Physiotherapy Students when on Clinical Placement (Di Thomson, Francesca Gowing, Michael English, Anne-Marie Hassenkamp)
- Personal Resilience for Diagnostic Radiographer Healthcare Education: Lost in Translation? (Julie Tamora de Witt)
- Occupational Therapy Enhanced Practice Education Approach: Student Perspectives (Nikki Lyons, Nicole Shaw, Kelli Nicola-Richmond, Michael Curtin, Sue Rowan, Kate Ingwersen)
- Persistent Pain: Physiotherapy Student Experiences of Person-Centred Care in Musculoskeletal Outpatient Departments (Aneurin James Claydon, Graeme Paul-Taylor)
- Governing for Excellence in the Social Care Sector – The Role of Self-Governance in Ireland’s Evolving Social Care Profession (Breda McTaggart, Sinead Barrins, John McCarthy)
- Impact of Disability Placements on Allied Health Students: Placement Educators’ Perspectives (Srivalli Nagarajan, Alison Chung, Franziska Trede, Lindy McAllister)
- Working in Partnership to Build Placement Capacity in a Competitive World (Dawn Blenkin, Nina Bedding)