This highly successful programme, now in the 4th year of delivery sits in the Department of Allied Health and Social Sciences as one of a number of Professional programmes that support new models of health and social care delivery.
The post holder will work as part of a multi-professional team alongside colleagues in Occupational therapy, Physiotherapy, Advanced Clinical practice, Paramedic Science, Public Health, Nutritional Health and Foundation degree programmes. The post holder will also work collaboratively with colleagues across the Institute of Health and Society and the wider University.
The post-holder will deliver core teaching/module leadership on the MSc Physician Associate (PA) programme and contribute to further development of the curriculum. The delivery of PA education requires either a qualified Physician Associate, Medical practitioner or other suitably qualified equivalent with knowledge and skills to deliver the UK Physician Associate Competence and Curriculum Framework. The appointed applicant will be required to work alongside other colleagues involved in the delivery of this programme. The post holder will also be required to contribute to a wide range of Continuing Professional Development / Learning beyond Registration opportunities, from Study Days to Full Honours and Masters Degrees. This post will contribute to the development of new ways of working, bringing care closer to the community and contributing to educational solutions to support future workforce.
For more information see https://www.worcester.ac.uk/community/senior-lecturer-msc-physicians-associate-programme.html