B15 3

B15 3

  • 11 May 2021

B15 (3): Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship for Wales (CARER): Impact of belongingness and social integration on professional identity

Session speaker(s):
Dr Katie Webb

Session objectives:

  • To improve knowledge of belongingness
  • To increase understanding of how social integration and belongingness enhance learning and professional development of students
  • To understand factors that facilitate/enable this learning to take place

Session summary:
Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships are characterised as a transformative approach to medical education, predicated on relationships between educators, students and patients. Our immersed-dispersed LIC sees Year 3 students embedded in general practice for 10-months. We report impact of belongingness and social integration on development of professional identity and preparedness for practice.

Session hosted by:
Cardiff University School of Medicine

Session theme:
Teaching and facilitating learning

Target audience group:
Undergraduates
Postgraduates
Managers
Administration
Academics
Nurses, midwives and allied health professionals
Researchers
Policy Makers
Multiprofessional educators

Target care sector:
Undergraduate education

B15 (3): Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship for Wales (CARER): Impact of belongingness and social integration on professional identity

Session speaker(s):
Dr Katie Webb

Session objectives:

Session summary:
Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships are characterised as a transformative approach to medical education, predicated on relationships between educators, students and patients. Our immersed-dispersed LIC sees Year 3 students embedded in general practice for 10-months. We report impact of belongingness and social integration on development of professional identity and preparedness for practice.

Session hosted by:
Cardiff University School of Medicine

Session theme:
Teaching and facilitating learning

Target audience group:
Undergraduates
Postgraduates
Managers
Administration
Academics
Nurses, midwives and allied health professionals
Researchers
Policy Makers
Multiprofessional educators

Target care sector:
Undergraduate education