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The marathon: A personal journey.

Belchamber, C A, 2011. The marathon: A personal journey. In: Crossing the theory / practice divide, 9 June 2011, Wollstonecraft Lecture Theatre, Bournemouth University. (Unpublished)

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Additional Information:Professor Vivian Hollis from the University of Alberta, Canada visited Bournemouth University on the 8th and 9th June 2011. The Occupational Therapy & Physiotherapy teams at Bournemouth University took this opportunity to organise a Master class event to showcase their current work and how it crosses the theory practice divide, enriching the student’s experience. The event was an opportunity to network, explore and develop collaborations whilst finding out what is happening at Bournemouth University. Forty five delegates attended the Master class spanning across students, practice partners, as well as colleagues within the university. The Master class commenced with the theme 'Exploring the research journey' and two groups of Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy students presented their Critically Appraised Topic (CAT) assignments. The latter was followed by ‘The PhD path’ and my presentation was delivered as a metaphor running alongside the presentation of my Doctorate of professional practice (D.Prof) journey so far and what I need to do in order to complete the journey. Following on from my presentation were two further presentations from colleagues on different aspects of their Doctoral journeys. The Master class then journeyed you through ‘Crossing the divide through practice placement’ as well as a number of ‘University / practice collaborations.’ Completing the day with Professor Vivian Hollis presenting ‘Making the old and new accessible.
Group:Faculty of Health & Social Sciences
ID Code:18160
Deposited By: Mrs Caroline Belchamber LEFT
Deposited On:14 Jun 2011 12:33
Last Modified:14 Mar 2022 13:39


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