Health Experts Call on Public to Help Course Development

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Byline: Charlie Gall

HEALTH care experts from Robert Gordon University are seeking 25 members of the public to help inform the content of their courses so they best reflect users'needs.

Carers, service users and other north-east residents can meet staff from RGU's School of Health Sciences and the School of Nursing and Midwifery at the university's Garthdee campus on Thursday, December 12.

The aim of the day is to develop collaborative working relationships between all interested parties to enhance various health care courses.

RGU teaching fellow Debbie Banks has helped to organise the session and is anticipating significant public interest.

She said:"We provide a wide range of health care courses which are delivered to the highest possible standards and it is vital that they reflect what is important from the service user's perspective "Attendees will work with academic staff and students to share ideas and set out what's important for the education of students in the fields of nursing, midwifery, physiotherapy, occupational therapy and diagnostic radiography. …