CIEL
Centre for Interprofessional Education and Learning
   
   
  

Recruiting facilitators

The Centre for Interprofessional Education and Learning seeks to engage staff from all health and social care disciplines both in academia and practice.  Our undergraduate teaching activities depend on the  contribution of staff who facilitate small group work with first, second and final year students at various points during the academic year.  Staff can also contribute as members of our Centre for Interprofessional Learning Interfaculty Working Group which decides on CIEL policy and works with schools to implement and develop IPL.

If you are interested in getting involved full details of all of our undergraduate teaching are available on our Workspace on the University's intranet.  Non-University staff please contact Linda Kelly directly for further details.  

Reading list

  • Barr, H (2005) Interprofessional Education: Today, Yesterday and Tomorrow, [ on-line: http://www.health.heacademy.ac.uk/publications/occasionalpaper/occp1revised.pdf]
  • Cooper, H., Braye, S,. and Geyer, R. ( 2004) Complexity and interprofessional education. Learning in Health and Social Care 3 (4) pp 179-189.
  • DOH (2000a) A Health Service of all the Talents: Developing the NHS Workforce. DoH London.
  • DOH (2000b) The NHS Plan: A Plan for Investment, A Plan for Reform. DoH London.
  • DOH (2001) Working Together – Learning Together: a Framework for Lifelong Learning for the NHS. DoH London.
  • Freeth, D (2001) Sustaining interprofessional collaboration. Journal of Interprofessional Care 15 pp 37-46.
  • Funnell, P. (1995) Exploring the value of interprofessional shared learning. In Soothill, K,. Mackay, L. and Webb, C. (Eds) Interprofessional Relations in Health Care. Edward Arnold London.
  • Glen, S and Reeves, S. (2004) Developing interprofessional education in the pre-registration curricula: mission impossible? Nurse Education in Practice 4 pp 45-52.
    Gordon F, Walsh C, Marshall M, Wilson F, Hunt T (2004). Developing Interprofessional capability in students of health and social care – the role of practice-based learning. Journal of Integrated Care 12 (4) pp 12-18
  • Holland, K. (2002) Interprofessional education and practice: the role of the teacher/facilitator. Nurse Education in Practice 2 pp 221-222
  • Lary, M, Lavigne S., Muma, R., Jones, S,. and Hoeft, H. ( 1997) Breaking down barriers: multidsciplinary education model. Journal of Allied Health 26 pp 63-69.
  • Quality Assurance Agency (2001) Benchmarking Academic and Practitioner Standards in Health Care Subjects. Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education Bristol.

CIEL

Room B75b, B Floor
University of Nottingham Medical School
Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham, NG7 2HA

Tel: +44 (0)115 8 230 818
Fax: +44 (0)115 8 230 004
Email: uon-ciel@nottingham.ac.uk