Health Education England hosted The Practice Learning Symposium on the November 3 2021. The event provided a unique opportunity for students, clinicians, leaders, academics and those responsible for education and training to celebrate and share the many examples of exceptional practice learning experiences across London, for Allied Health Professionals (AHPs), Nurses and Midwives. Highlights of the event included keynote speeches from National Senior Healthcare Leaders, highlights of practice learning examples, celebrations of best practice, awards, and opportunities for networking.
- Natoya Campbell: People's Choice People's Choice Award
- Louisa Ellis: Practice Learning Innovation
- Thomas Ince and Nichola Mault: Practice Learning and Supervision
- Francesca Roberts: Placements During the Pandemic
- Claire McDonald: Placement and Allocation
Main room recording
Welcome and introduction from Nichole McIntosh and Laura Leadsford
Keynote speakers Mark Radford and Beverley Harden
In conversation with the London Student ambassadors
Practice Learning Capacity and Allocation Recording
Presentations describing the implementation of capacity and allocation models, which have created sustainable change. Including initiatives such as fair share models, place-based projects, block allocation.
Practice Learning innovation
Presentations describing new practice learning opportunities. Including initiatives such as digital, TECs, simulation, hub and spoke models.
Practice Learning during the pandemic
Presentations describing opportunities for practice learning during the pandemic. Including how their project has changed the face of practice learning.
Practice Learning supervision models
Presentations describing innovative supervision models in practice learning.
Main video - afternoon
Practice learning Symposium recognition session led by Nichole McIntosh and Laura Leadsford