Utilising digital health services to enable clinical placement expansion in a cardiac rehabilitation service.
TypeConference Abstract; Conference Poster
KeywordDigital health; Clinical placement; Capacity; Expansion; Cardiac Rehabilitation; Student placement; COVID-19; Service development; Physiotherapists; Students; Virtual health; Telemedicine; Telemedicine; Virtual consultation; Outpatients; Exercise programmes; Student feedback; Student experience
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AbstractHEI’s are under more pressure than ever to find placement capacity for students. This was made increasingly difficult during the COVID-19 pandemic, with many services having to change the way they offer services. Therefore we needed to explore alternative ways to provide placements. We were committed to ensuring that any increase in clinical placement capacity did not negatively impact on the quality of the student experience We also wanted to explore areas where students could work remotely if they were unable to come out on a face-to-face placement or where we needed to ensure that social distancing could be maintained.
CitationPhoenix, O. Scordis, C. Leslie, R. Utilising digital health services to enable clinical placement expansion in a cardiac rehabilitation service. [Poster]. Presented at the vPUK 2021: Virtual Physiotherapy Conference 5th-6th November 2021. Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. Abstract 317
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