Dr Rebecca Pratchett
Senior Lecturer Online Learning
Human and Health Sciences Central
Telephone: (01792) 604562

Publications

  1. Pratchett, R., Rees, P. Exploring the educational attainment and achievement of looked after children in formal kinship care (Ed.), Children and young people 'looked after'? Education, intervention and the everyday culture of care in Wales 43 55 Cardifff University of Wales Press
  2. Pratchett, R. Exploring outcomes of children and young people in kinship care in South Wales
  3. Pratchett, R., Rees, P. Theories underpinning kinship care. (Ed.), Children, Young People and Care 44 57 London Routledge

Teaching

  • SHG285 Starting Your Professional Development

    The aim of this module is to equip students with the necessary skills for work based learning, including self assessment, construction of a learning contract and compilation of a portfolio of evidence.

  • SHG3041 Fundamentals of Community Practice

    This module frontloads the Specialist Practice Qualification in District Nursing (SPDN) and provides an overview of current issues which are relevant to those working in all areas of community nursing. There are four themes incorporated in the module where each theme has a theoretical and clinical outcome. The themes are: Community as the Context of Care, Professional Role and Accountability, Clinical Practice in the community, The Family (sociological and psychological perspectives). A Practice Teacher (PT) or Sign-Off Mentor (SOM) is required to support the student through the practice component. There must be an up-to-date educational audit available within the practice setting.

  • SHG3056 Starting Your Professional Development

    The aim of this module is to equip students with the necessary skills for work based learning, including self assessment, construction of a learning contract and compilation of a portfolio of evidence. This is the first module for students wishing to pursue the BSc or Graduate Diploma in Enhanced Professional Practice. It will introduce students to the principles of work based learning and the skills required to facilitate personal and professional development for themselves and for their colleagues.

  • SHGM90 Starting Your Professional Development

    The aim of this module is to equip students with the necessary skills for work based learning, including self assessment, construction of a learning contract and compilation of a portfolio of evidence. This is the first module for students wishing to pursue the Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma and MSc Enhanced Professional Practice . It will introduce students to the principles of work-based learning and the skills required to facilitate personal and professional development for themselves and for their colleagues.

  • SHM121 Introduction to the Profession of Midwifery

    This module will introduce the student to the role of the midwife and the maternity services, and will give an introductory overview of childbirth and midwifery skills in preparation for practice.

  • SHN3052 Professional Development of Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (SCPHN) Practice

    The aim of the module is to develop the core skills required of a specialist community public health nurse to enable the student to evaluate and advance practice. The module will enable the student to evaluate practice in the context of policy and professional practice so that practice development can be initiated according to local needs. This will require that students have an understanding of organisational culture, leadership and change management theory. The student will also analyse his or her own professional development as a result of the above process.

  • SHNM21 Fundamentals of Community Practice

    This module frontloads the MSc Specialist Practice District Nursing (SPDN) programme, providing an overview of current issues which are relevant to those working in all areas of community nursing. It is an All Wales module developed through collaboration with the commissioners' and Higher Education Institutes across Wales. There are four themes incorporated in the module where each theme has a theoretical and clinical outcome. The themes are: Community as the Context of Care, Professional Role and Accountability, Clinical Practice in the community, The Family (sociological and psychological perspectives). A sign off mentor or Practice Teacher (PT) will support each student in a practice setting that has undergone an educational audit.

  • SHTM33 Designing and Evaluating Your Teaching

    This module aims to develop the student┬┐s awareness of the key issues, principles and values of quality teaching in the workplace setting, and their ability to reflect upon, analyse and interpret their own professional practice in healthcare and education using a range of theoretical frameworks.

  • SHTM35 Researching Educational Practice

    This module aims to develop participants┬┐ awareness of the key issues, principles and practice of educational research and to provide the knowledge and understanding required to conduct small-scale research into their own practice.