Midwifery practice today requires a broad and varied range of knowledge and skills. It is essential to identify educational strategies that can effectively prepare student midwives for practice, and can enable midwives to develop through their careers. Many midwife educators are increasingly using new pedagogic approaches and technology to transform the ways in which learning occurs. This conference will provide an opportunity to share the evidence around implementing innovation and change in midwifery education.
The earlybird ticket price of £79 is available until 30 April 2018, after this point tickets will be priced at £99.
Magnus Frampton: Universitaet Vecht, Lower Saxony -’the pedagogic process of Bildung, a specific German approach to education’.
Elizabeth Falconer: Bournemouth University – ‘immersive learning technologies’
The three-day Travel and Tourism Research Association’s 2019 European Chapter Conference will be hosted by BU's Department of Tourism and Hospitality in Bournemouth from Monday, 8 to Wednesday, 10 April 2019.