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Creative Approaches to Health and Social Care Education
Knowing Me, Understanding You
Edited by Tony Warne and Sue McAndrew
 
 
Palgrave Macmillan
 
 
 
 
 
07 Dec 2009
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Creative Approaches to Health and Social Care Education is an innovative new resource for lecturers teaching in this area. It inspires course delivery by exploring vibrant and engaging alternatives to traditional approaches, and challenging old techniques.

The book is divided into three distinct sections: the first investigating the process of education; the second offering practical guidance for those implementing new ideas; and the third promoting support for lifelong learning. Encouraging reflective practice throughout the chapters, this useful handbook incorporates:

■ numerous strategies, including storytelling, literature, cinema, art and classroom provocation
■ clear examples and frameworks for those wishing to try out new techniques
■ ways to capture the essence of caring within current programmes of education.

Written to help accommodate the needs of the diverse health and social care student population, this book will capture your interest and reinvigorate your teaching.

 


Description


Creative Approaches to Health and Social Care Education is an innovative new resource for lecturers teaching in this area. It inspires course delivery by exploring vibrant and engaging alternatives to traditional approaches, and challenging old techniques.

The book is divided into three distinct sections: the first investigating the process of education; the second offering practical guidance for those implementing new ideas; and the third promoting support for lifelong learning. Encouraging reflective practice throughout the chapters, this useful handbook incorporates:

■ numerous strategies, including storytelling, literature, cinema, art and classroom provocation
■ clear examples and frameworks for those wishing to try out new techniques
■ ways to capture the essence of caring within current programmes of education.

Written to help accommodate the needs of the diverse health and social care student population, this book will capture your interest and reinvigorate your teaching.

 


Contents


Introduction - Challenging the Traditions of 'taut' Education
PART I: PHILOSOPHY AND SOCIOLOGY OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE EDUCATION
Provocation: the Art of Teaching Through Contentious Debate; P.Morrall
Back to the Future: Challenging Hard Science Approaches to Care; G.Rolfe
Patiently, Telling the Story; P.Barker & P.Buchanan-Barker
PART II: EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES AND CREATIVE APPROACHES FOR HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE EDUCATION
Emphasising the 'nurse' in Nurse Practitioner: Challenges for Educational Preparation; T.Wand & B.Happell
Developing Simulated Scenarios with Simulated Patients to Enhance Acquisition of Therapeutic Helping Skills; S.Samociuk& A.Lawton
Knowing Me and Understanding You Through Discoure; M.Crowe
The Potential of Literature and Poetry; A.Gallagher& A.McKie
Portraying an Abstract Landscape: Using Painting to Develop Self Awareness and Sensitive Practice; S.McAndrew & T.Warne
Cinematic Health and Social Care: Developing Empathy - Connecting with the Screen Experience; G.Morris
Awake and Aware: Thinking Constructively about the World of Transformative Learning; M.McAllister
PART III: EDUCATION BEYOND THE CLASSROOM FOR HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE
'Going native' in the Inner City: Learning about Caring by Promoting and Utilising Practice Based Evidence; M.Deacon
Speaking the Unspeakable: Emotional Involvement; D.Freshwater & P.Esterhuizen
Facilitating New Worlds? Deaf People's Access to Nurse Education; N.Sharples
Lost to Transition: Bridging the Gap - Supporting Newly Qualified Practitioners; M.Hazelton, R.Rossiter & E.Sinclair
End Note - Thoughts in Search of a Thinker; T.Warne & S.McAndrew


Authors


TONY WARNE is Professor in Mental Health Care at the Salford Centre for Nursing, Midwifery and Collaborative Research, University of Salford, UK

SUE MCANDREW is Research Fellow (Mental Health) at the School of Health Care, University of Salford, UK.