If your GP Practice or Primary Care Network (PCN) would like to support the universities by placing a student, please contact the Nottinghamshire Alliance Training Hub (NATH) by emailing alliance.hub1@nhs.net. 

1st Year MSc Paramedic students (2nd cohort) at Nottingham Trent University 

No. of students to place 
Multiple 
Duration 
1 week 
37.5 hours per week 
Start and end dates 
From 20/09/2021 there is a 9-week placement window 
Total tariff per student 
£88 
Additional information 
Please let us know if you have capacity to take multiple students within the 9-week placement window 

1st Year BSc Paramedic Science Students at University of Lincoln 

No. of students to place 
Multiple 
Duration 
1 week 
37.5 hours per week 
Start and end dates 
Spread across the year (TBC in August 2021) 
Total tariff per student 
Approx. £88 
Work plan example 
Student learning outcomes for this placement are: 
 
Demonstrate at all times practice and conduct that accords with the HCPC Standards of Conduct, Performance and Ethics. 
Actively engage as a learner, discuss learning outcomes with an identified named mentor/supervisor/practice educator and maximise available learning opportunities. 
Observe and participate in the appropriate communication of information and support to service users, relatives and staff within the mental health environment. 
Discuss the modification of approaches to ensure application of care with respect to the environment and situation encountered especially in regards to safety. 
Discuss the impact of Mental Health legislation on the assessment, management and delivery of care for service users. 
Participate appropriately in the assessment of an individual’s needs within the practice learning environment. 
GP Training Practice required? 
No 
Additional information 
Placement to be in any mental health area. 
 

2nd Year MSc Paramedic students at Nottingham Trent University 

No. of students to place 
Duration 
1 week 
37.5 hours per week 
Start and end dates 
From 21/06/2021 there is a 11-week placement window 
Total tariff per student 
£88 
Additional information 
Please let us know if you have capacity to take multiple students within the 11-week placement window 

2nd Year BSc Paramedic Science Students at University of Lincoln 

No. of students to place 
Multiple 
Duration 
1 week 
37.5 hours per week 
Start and end dates 
Spread across the year (TBC in August 2021) 
Total tariff per student 
Approx. £88 
Work plan example 
Student learning outcomes for this placement are: 
 
Demonstrate at all times practice and conduct that accords with the HCPC Standards of Conduct, Performance and Ethics. 
Actively engage as a learner, discuss learning outcomes with an identified named mentor/supervisor/practice educator and maximise available learning opportunities. 
Observe and participate in the appropriate communication of information and support to service users, relatives and staff within the mental health environment. 
Discuss the modification of approaches to ensure application of care with respect to the environment and situation encountered especially in regards to safety. 
Discuss the impact of Mental Health legislation on the assessment, management and delivery of care for service users. 
Participate appropriately in the assessment of an individual’s needs within the practice learning environment. 
GP Training Practice required? 
No 
Additional information 
Placement to be in any mental health area. 
 

3rd Year BSc Paramedic Science Students at University of Lincoln 

No. of students to place 
Multiple 
Duration 
2 weeks 
37.5 hours per week 
Start and end dates 
Spread across the year 
Total tariff per student 
Approx. £176 
Work plan example 
Student learning outcomes for this placement are: 
 
Demonstrate enhanced skills in holistic history taking and physical assessment whilst utilising active clinical reasoning to inform a plausible differential diagnoses, and appropriate disposition for a service user with a minor illness or injury. 
Following a structured holistic assessment process, effectively manage service users with long-term conditions and co-morbidities supporting with appropriate health promotion, referral and multi-disciplinary approach. 
Critically appraise current evidence based literature to justify your clinical assessment, diagnosis, differential diagnoses and subsequent collaborative management plans 
Demonstrate a critical understanding of the planning, processes, clinical challenges and limitations relating to the safe discharge or referral of service users within urgent and emergency care. 
 
Following assessment of a wound, demonstrate appropriate wound management including a range of techniques for care and closure. 
GP Training Practice required? 
No 
Additional information 
Placement to be in either GP Practices or Minor Injury Units. 
 
Page last updated on 24/03/2021 
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