Developing self as a health care practitioner International Summer School

The Department of Nursing and Midwifery bids farewell to 15 students from our international summer school: Developing self as a health care practitioner.  Our participants came from a broad range of disciplines including nursing, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, psychology, premed, kinesiology and physical therapy. Guided reflection and artistic forms of expression underpinned our learning approaches. Sessions explored beliefs and values in developing and transforming self and practice and included Celtic spirituality, the use of nature, caring and self-care, mindfulness and complementary therapies. Students enjoyed a visit to Milford Care Centre. They also participated in heritage trips across Ireland

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Creating space for dialogue activity..

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Art work in progress

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Students joined us from Montana State University, Misericordia University PA, Central Michigan University MI, University of Tennessee TN, University of North Dakota, Oklahoma University OK, Miami University OH, Ball State University, IN, Clemson University, SC, Winona State University.

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As one student commented ‘my body, mind and soul have been enriched and I can’t begin to thank you enough’.

Thank you to all at the department who contributed  and supported our second International Summer School Team  led by Dr Margaret Graham.

Positive Choices Conference 2017

3rd year BSc Nursing (Intellectual Disability) students and already Learning Disability Practice published authors Megan O’Connor (left) and Sophie Nelson (right) availed of the opportunity to network with the editor Christine Walker (centre) while presenting their posters at the 13th Positive Choices Conference held in Hull, UK on the 6th and 7th April 2017.

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