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IPL Week 1

On my IPL, WEEK 1 -Inter Professional Learning. This is a part of the course where we are allocated to different places as a group. There are only two of us from the Medical school and the rest would be other health care professionals including Nurses, OTs and Social workers from either the Uni. of Southampton or Portsmouth. And we have to work together to complete the assigned tasks. I had this last year too but this time it seems very hard and serious. The aim is to do a clinical audit on Spirituality in Care for the HPT (Hampshire Partnership NHS Trust).

Spirituality in Care is an interesting subject but a difficult area to Audit where it complicates the quantifying part. What also makes it harder is that Spirituality is very individual in nature and cannot have a gold standard definition.
Only 2 days have been ticked off of the scheduled 2 weeks. It still sounds more or less vague on how we are going to assess the Audit report and presentation. Presentation.....ohhh...the worrying part for me :(

And, I am in Portsmouth for the second time for IPL. Something I never expected or wanted. Hmm...

I love to write more about this Spirituality in Care, but probably sometime later, as I am tied up with so many things to do at the moment. Sorry for not showing up on your blogs, I will do soon. Thanks and Take care!

Comments

Hemanth Potluri said…
thats a lot of busy schedule...u tc of the things saranya ...its ok take ur time to come by...:)...dont stress to much ..

urs..hemu..
brocasarea said…
good luck!!!:).......[are marks/grades alloted?]
Kumiththa said…
I hate presentations too. Best of luck:)
Anonymous said…
wow saranya it seems kinda interesting in a challenging sorta way!
good luck with it! and i know u would come out on top!
sudi
-x-
Saranya said…
Jamal: will do write soon...

Hemu: thanks a lot hemu...I'm still a bit busy..

Brocasarea: Yeah, this is one of the components of this year and should be passed. And this component alone holds 3 different assignments.

Kumi: Join the club ;) thanks.

Sudi: Yeah it is challenging..thanks a lot hun. Hope u r well.
Aneesh said…
it's nice that it turned out to be interesting..
Hope, your presentation had gone pretty well..
:)
Saranya said…
Yeah the presentation went well :) thanks aneesh!

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