Using flipped class with in-class real-time interactive software to teach undergraduate pharmacy student’s (L6) consultation skills for women’s health issues.

  • Ravina Barrett (Speaker)

Activity: Talk or presentation typesOral presentation

Description of Activity

A flipped-class was delivered to enable voluminous, complex material on women’s health to be taught to pharmacy students (L6) at the University of Portsmouth in two, one-hour lectures. Ten videos were supplied a fortnight in advance and in-class interactive software was used to construct six ‘perfect’ patient consultations based on different case presentations. The first and second lecture had respectively 100 and 85 students in attendance. Feedback at the second lecture: 54% found it useful, 38% did not answer, 6% were unsure and 2% found it useless. Students found this combination preferable to interactive-only lectures (not flipped).
Period4 Jul 2017
Event titleHEA Annual Conference 2017 Generation TEF: Teaching in the spotlight
Event typeConference
LocationManchester, United KingdomShow on map
Degree of RecognitionInternational