All midwifery students at Middlesex University are now using the pan London midwifery practice assessment document, MPAD. The MPAD was developed by 8 London and is being used for students on both the 3 year BSc (Hons) Midwifery programme and the shortened midwifery course.
The programme handbook for the BSc (Hons) Midwifery 3 year programme is included below as well as the assessment documents for both programme:
A guide for mentors has also been developed by all 8 universities. A copy of this is included below as well as a powerpoint presentation which gives further detail about the development of the document and key messages to support the facilitation of learning and assessment in practice.
A brief overview of the Link Lecturer is provided here. All practice areas should have the contact details of their link lectured displayed on a notice board in the area. If the LL cannot be contacted then staff/students should email the practice-based learning team email@example.com.
This raising concerns policy applies to the following:
• students who wish to raise concerns regarding their ‘Learning Experience’
• students who wish to raise concerns regarding patient care e.g. safeguarding or personal grievances e.g. bullying, harassment or discrimination
• practice staff who wish to raise concerns regarding student conduct.