The Department of Nursing, Midwifery and Health is seeking to appoint a new External Examiner for our portfolio of primary care modules offered within the Post-Registration Education Studies suite of programmes, which offers Continuing Professional Development for Qualified Nurses, and Allied Health Professionals. The External Examiner will be expected to monitor the quality of the modular coursework across this provision with a primary care focus. The External Examiner will be expected to monitor the quality of the primary care modules, which will primarily include the Advanced Diploma/Graduate Certificate Award in General Practice Nursing (Level 6), but also includes Prevention and Management of Diabetes in Adults Level 6, Cardiac Health in Primary Care Level 6 and Promoting Sexual Health in Primary Care Level 6/Level 7. We are seeking candidates whose expertise would enable them to monitor the quality of these courses and externally moderate assessed work arising from the modules offered in our primary care courses. External Examiners are invited to attend the Assessment Board and are required complete an annual report. External Examiners are also required to provide comments on proposed modifications and the development of new modules within their area of expertise. Applicants should hold appropriate professional registration and academic qualifications. It is preferable to have previous experience of external examining although support and guidance can be provided for those new to this role. Full course details and documentation will be provided to the appointee on appointment. The post is for 4 years, starting 1 August 2020. If you are interested in applying please forward your CV to Karen Elton, Programme Lead, firstname.lastname@example.org
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This programme is a top up degree for practitioners who do not have graduate status in their professional award. This is a programme which is offered full time on campus and part time via eLearn. Both UK and International students access the programme. Research and Dissertation modules are compulsory elements. Further information Sue Anderson, email@example.com, 01772 893659 The appointment will be with effect from September 2020 and will be for a period of four years and application is via Curriculum Vitae to: Sue Anderson, Senior Lecturer/Course Leader, Brook Building, University of Central Lancashire University, Preston, Lancashire, PR1 2HE The successful applicant must be registered on the NMC register or HPCP and have relevant experience of working in Healthcare Practice. The External Examiner will be expected to attend the programme assessment board, consider student work and contribute to the overall assessment process. Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced academic staff. All appointments are subject to the candidate meeting the University’s criteria for appointment. Applications are by submission of CV. Contact email address for applications/queries: Lyndsey McPhail Principal Lecturer LMcphail@uclan.ac.uk
We are looking to appoint a new Module and Award External Examiner for BSc (Hons) Paramedic Practice within the School of Health and Life Sciences at Teesside University. The subject areas include paramedic practice assessment, pre-hospital care, minor injury and illness assessment at Level 6. Information about the provision can be found on the University website: https://www.tees.ac.uk/undergraduate_courses/Nursing_Midwifery_&_Health_Professions/BSc_(Hons)_Paramedic_Practice.cfm The appointment is to run for 4 academic years, starting as soon as possible. For more information or to register your interest, please contact Christopher Moat DIRECT at C.Moat@tees.ac.uk providing a copy of your most recent CV.
Situated within the School of Nursing and Health Sciences, the Helen McArdle Nursing and Care Research Institute carries out applied research across health and social care settings and has an ambitious growth plan. The University of Sunderland is one of the five regional universities which make up the NIHR North East and North Cumbria Applied Research Collaboration (ARC). The Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) is a collaboration between the region’s universities, NHS, local authorities, voluntary organisations, charities and businesses in the region to address major regional and national health and social care issues. There are eight themes within the ARC. Focusing on the ARC theme of Multimorbidity, Ageing and Frailty (MMAF), there is an exciting opportunity for a Research Fellow to join our team in the Institute and make a positive contribution to our regional ARC. The successful candidate will need to hold a PhD or equivalent, have experience of carrying out applied research in health and care settings and have evidence of high quality publications. Informal enquiries are welcome to Dr Yitka Graham, Head of the Helen McArdle Nursing and Care Research Institute via email at firstname.lastname@example.org https://jobs.sunderland.ac.uk/vacancy.aspx?ref=0047-20-R
Teesside University, School of Health & Life Sciences, is seeking to appoint an External Examiner for our MSc (Hons) and MSc Nursing Studies (Learning Disabilities) courses. External Examiner appointments are for a period of four years, commencing immediately following approval of appointment. To apply for this post please email Dr Mike Fleet, email@example.com.