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Student led neurological rehabilitation: a video diary of students experience

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Physiotherapy students’ training takes many forms, including lectures, tutorials and placements in hospitals and clinics. A new way for students to gain additional practical experience is by participating in student-led groups with service users who have specific conditions e.g stroke. Research suggests that student-led groups provide a valuable learning environment allowing the students to problem solve in real-life situations. They also offer opportunities for additional rehabilitation for the service users. However, it is not known what students learn or what the experiences of the service users are. This research aims to identify what students learn from participation in these student-led clinics so we can further develop them to improve the quality and effectiveness of the learning experience. The research study will also help us to understand what the service users experience is so we can continue to improve and develop the student-led groups for their benefit.

Status Project Live
Funder(s) Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
Value £21,130.00
Project Dates Aug 1, 2021 - Jan 30, 2023

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