But we want to be taught: experiences of using an engagement-through-partnership approach in a physiotherapy module

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Abstract

The MSc Physiotherapy Pre-registration programme at Glasgow Caledonian University prepares students for registration with the Chartered Society for
Physiotherapy. While the undergraduate Physiotherapy programme is funded by the Government, the 2 year MSc programme is self-funded. The Health Promotion module, part of the new MSc Physiotherapy pre-registration curriculum, is perceived by many students as a ‘non-core’ subject in relation to physiotherapy and student engagement has historically been poor. The module team applied
action-research to redesign the delivery of the 12 week module using an engagement-through partnership approach as advocated by the Higher
Education Academy (HEA, 2014).
Original languageEnglish
Pages13
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2015

Keywords

  • Glasgow Caledonian University
  • MSc Physiotherapy
  • student engagement

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