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Exemplar of use 7 - Bradford

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An overview of use

 

Exemplar 7: e-Portfolios in Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice.

 

Institution: University of Bradford, School of Life Sciences, Bradford School of Pharmacy (http://www.bradford.ac.uk/pharmacy/).

 

e-Portfolio context: The School of Pharmacy has incrementally been integrating the University e-Portfolio system across its courses, particularly in the areas of Personal Development Planning, Employability and Graduate Skills, Continuous Professional Development Courses and as a means of tracking student skills development in line with professional and statutory body requirements. This case study consists of 5 sub-case studies demonstrating the growth of the use of the e-Portfolio in this subject area.

 

Introducing professional practice

  • Introduction to the Study of Pharmacy (PH-1213L) is a level 4 introductory module to the study of pharmacy and the role of professional standards in practice. The module uses a profiling tool to introduce the study skills required to study pharmacy and to facilitate the acquisition of basic personal transferable skills that are essential to the pharmacy profession. http://www.pebblepad.co.uk/bradford/viewasset.aspx?oid=434973&type=formresponse.

 

Business and Commercial skills

  • Management Skills for Pharmacists (LSS3000D) a 3rd year module delivered by the University Careers Service with the aim of enhancing students’ understanding of self management, and the management of others in a team using a case study approach to explore a range of management issues. Individual and group assignments. http://www.pebblepad.co.uk/bradford/viewasset.aspx?oid=411339&type=formresponse
  • Optional Studies - Business Practice and Commercial Awareness for Pharmacists (LSS3001D), a 3rd year module delivered by the University’s Careers Service to introduce the concept of commercial awareness by drawing on a range of business case studies from across a variety of commercial areas; and to provide pharmacy students with the opportunity to develop the business skills and knowledge necessary to run a commercial venture. Assessment is based on the submission of a group business plan (case study) and delivery of a promotional presentation (or video) as well as an individual reflective portfolio. http://www.pebblepad.co.uk/bradford/viewasset.aspx?oid=434698&type=formresponse

 

Ongoing development of clinical skill (work based learning)

 

Dates of provision: 2008 to present

 

Reason for implementation:

  • Easier and more consistent support of students whether on campus or off campus. Support for full-time undergraduates through to CPD for professionals in practice studying part-time, at a distance whilst working
  • The facility to share students’ work quickly and easily with a range of tutors and work-place mentors and assessors to facilitate meetings and feedback is a particular benefit

 

Purpose/s:Personal Development Planning, Continuing Professional Development of Staff, Transition to/from the institution, Work Based Learning, Employability/Graduate attributes, Assessment, and Lifelong Learning.

Learning processes involved:  Information capture, Information retrieval, Planning, Reflection, Feedback, and Presentation.

 

Practice: fully developed.


Key staff involved: Mike Harte, Gemma Wint, Helen Cook, Hermione Berry, and Shirley Marsland.

 

Related Bradford use cases

4. Skills and Personal Reflective Ability profile tool (SaPRA).

 

Links to example/s

Further details and example resources at http://www.pebblepad.co.uk/bradford/viewasset.aspx?oid=434698&type=formresponse.

 

 

 

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