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Research and scholarly activity within this group reflects the iterative processes that underpin educational development, evaluation and curriculum delivery.
Projects involve multi-disciplinary teams including nurses, mentors, other health professionals, learning scientists and media developers.
We have collaborative projects with the National Biomedical Research Centre for Hearing, Learning Sciences Research Institute, Behavioural Sciences, Open University and a number of NHS partners.
The focus of this research group is on innovation in the delivery of healthcare education and practice. Research projects are based around three broad themes:
Projects involve multi-disciplinary teams including health professionals, academics, learning scientists and media developers.
Audience response units
To incorporate and evaluate the use the KS in promoting pharmacology understanding in NMP students and evaluate the use of individualised ART handsets and formative feedback of ART scores.
Does interactive audio-visual information provided by multi-media formats supplement information provided by audiologists at the time of the hearing aid fitting, resulting in enhanced benefit and use for first-time hearing aid patients?
Integrating Biobanking into an NHS hospital
The project will study how NHSB was set up, and how these issues were dealt with, by interviewing the doctors, scientists and NHS managers who established it.
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The University of Nottingham
School of Health Sciences
Queen's Medical Centre
Nottingham, NG7 2HA
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