Andrew Kirke, paramedic programme leader for Pre and Post Registration studies, at Sheffield Hallam University (SHU) visited QMU sharing his expertise on using ePortfolio (PebblePad) for OSCEs. He showed how we can could ePortfolio to develop a quicker, more efficient way of recording clinical skill acquisition. Working with PebblePocket (the app for PebblePad) learners record and self-assess skill development. Andrew talked us through the process, provided learner feedback and discussed how SHU is continuing to implement this approach, reducing staff time for marking and assessment of OSCEs.

Staff from radiography and nursing at QMU are building upon Andrew’s work here at QMU.

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