I support development of new education provision that addresses workforce transformation, upskilling the work force and better patient care. I lead and promote the enhancement of the Continuing Professional Development and Post Graduate Portfolio in the Department. I have worked on national projects to inform the interprofessional learning agenda in the UK context. I currently lecture in healthcare education and have a specialist interest in interprofessional and simulation based educational methods.
A significant part of my job is to develop new educational products for a fast changing health and social care context, working collaboratively with a variety of health and social care organisations.
I am fortunate to work with students who are leading experts in their workplace role and who want to develop their education practice
MSc Healthcare Education
Level 7: Interprofessional Education for Quality Enhancement.
Interprofessional and Simulation based education methods.
Gordon, F., & Walsh, C. (2005). A framework for interprofessional capability: Developing students of health and social care as collaborative workers. Journal of Integrated Care, 13 (3), 26-33. http://doi.org/10.1108/14769018200500023
Walsh, C., Gordon, F., Marshall, M., Wilson, F., & Hunt, T. (2005). Interprofessional capability: A developing framework for interprofessional education. Nurse Education in Practice, 5 (4), 230-237. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.nepr.2004.12.004
Gordon, F., Wilson, F., Hunt, T., Marshall, M., & Walsh, C. (2004). Involving patients and service users in student learning: Developing practice and principles. Journal of Integrated Care, 12 (6), 28-35. http://doi.org/10.1108/14769018200400046
Gordon, F., Walsh, C., Marshall, M., Wilson, F., & Hunt, T. (2004). Developing Interprofessional Capability in Students of Health and Social Care - The Role of Practice-Based Learning. Journal of Integrated Care, 12 (4), 12-18. http://doi.org/10.1108/14769018200400027