Jo Hudson Session 4th April 2019 – Bay Campus

Flipped lecture session with much of the content being delivered online before the session. This session is part of Jo’s contribution to someone elses module, so the students are used to someone else delivering. It is the time and stage of the year when the students and circumstances can be challenging, quite often with the students potentially disengaged …

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Jo Hudson Session 11th April 2019 – Bay Campus

Flipped lecture session with much of the content being delivered online before the session. This session is part of Jo’s contribution to someone else’s module, so the students are used to someone else delivering. It is the time and stage of the year when the students and circumstances can be challenging, quite often with the students potentially disengaged …

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Jo Hudson Session 9th May 2019 – Bay Campus

Flipped lecture session with much of the content being delivered online before the session. This session is part of Jo’s contribution to someone else’s module, so the students are used to someone else delivering. It is the time and stage of the year when the students and circumstances can be challenging, quite often with the students potentially disengaged …

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Jo Hudson Session 10th May 2019 – Bay Campus

Seminar / Workshop – This session will be a VR (Virtual Reality) workshop – as much as possible – on muscle dismorphia. It was done with case studies last year (and previously) but has just had some new VR content devised, so this will be a bit of a mix of VR and case study – kit allowing. This will be the first time this session …

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John Knight Session 17th July 2019 – Singleton Campus

This is a first year lecture to the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) students. It will build upon the knowledge that the students have gained in the first and second semesters of their programme. EMTs, together with paramedics, are typically the first responders to emergency medical situations and require a deep understanding of the pathophysiology associated with a diverse variety of emergency …

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Ute Keller Open Door Sessions

Ute teaches on a range of undergraduate German Language modules and is offering a more bespoke approach to her sessions, due to the nature of her classes. Her sessions are all small group (25 students maximum) and are difficult to exactly tie down to given dates so she suggests that…

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