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Adapting Student Support to CV19 - Remote in the present
conference contributionposted on 23.09.2020 by Jayne Garner, Peter Leadbetter, Sarah Lyon, Edmund Horowicz
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Presentation delivered by Dr. Jayne Garner, Student Support Lead at the Edge Hill University Medical School, in collaboration with colleagues Dr Peter Leadbetter, Dr Sarah Lyon and Ed Horowicz.
The presentation concerns adapting student support during the current CV-19 situation.
The Medical School implemented a new system for delivering student support, creating the Personal Academic Tutor (PAT) role at the start of this academic year to meet General Medical Council (GMC) standards regarding the provision of pastoral care. With the move to online delivery from March 2020 following the CV19 situation, a new weekly reporting system was introduced with a clear emphasis on ensuring students were managing the new situation personally and professionally. This session shares aspects of practical record keeping, sharing information and building the support relationship remotely to deliver positive engagement and promote student wellbeing.