Currently, our Part 3 Adult and MH students on all of our Campuses are preparing and delivering a number of “Class in a Bag” health promotion topics to school children across the West of Scotland. In addition to these school activities, other students are encouraging community groups to engage in physical activity using the Fitness Intervention Taskforce (FIT) Resources that are aimed at integrating physical activity into the nursing curriculum to encourage healthy lifestyle changes across the wider community).
In the Caird Building on the 8th. of February a group of third-year students are ‘cycling’ the distance between the 4 UWS Scottish Campus Sites (Some of our academic and administrative staff have promised to “clock” up some of the miles so watch out for their guest appearances.
Tomorrow, the group photographed below are delivering Dementia Class in a bag to the S5/S6 children from Biggar High school who have identified an interest in medicine or nursing.To help the students prepare for their delivery, they collaborated with Audrey Bremner, a dementia advisor who provided an excellent ‘Dementia Friends’ awareness session to the students, making them fully fledged ‘Dementia Friends’
To help them prepare for their delivery, the Biggar High School group collaborated with Audrey Bremner, a dementia advisor who took them through a ‘Dementia Friends’ awareness session making them fully fledged ‘Dementia Friends’ Well done to them all, they are clearly well prepared for tomorrow. Good Luck Tomorrow