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How students can promote and implement personalised care approaches
September 27 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
All too often, students feel like they cannot make a change to practice because they are ‘just students.’ However they are an, ever increasing, integral part of the health care team and have regular interactions with patients and their carers/family member alike.
Students can make an impact on patients, but also within their wards/departments/health care settings. It is vital that the importance of personalised care is taught, shared and implemented from day one to ensure this becomes business as usual.
As of September 2023, the HCPC standards are being updated to expect that all registrants are aware of and can show evidence of making steps to improve public health within their patients, something which is already an integral part of the NMC.
How to promote public health as a student on placement.
The importance of considering public health within daily practice.
What is public health when on placement?
Ultimately, when considering public health, social prescribing and active signposting. Think about what changes if we just do nothing at all because it is ‘not our job’
You can make a difference, even as a student. And this webinar is designed to hopefully share our journey as well as inspire future cohorts.
Stephanie Edwards – Newly qualified Diagnostic Radiographer – Wrightington Wigan and Leigh NHS
Thailay Roscoe – Newly qualified Diagnostic Radiographer – Tameside and Glossop NHS