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Edinburgh Napier University (TF1099)
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Received: 3 January 2018
Accepted: 6 March 2018
First Online: 15 March 2018
: Elizabeth Adamson is an Associate Professor within the School of Health and Social Care at Napier University Edinburgh, Scotland. She has 17 years of experience in education both within clinical practice and university. Her current strategic role as Academic Lead for Student Experience within the School provides an opportunity to actively promote and facilitate excellence in student learning. Her pedagogical research interests are assessment and feedback and student mobility. Her clinical research interests are enabling patient with long term conditions to live independently and compassionate person centred care.
: The research was approved by the Edinburgh Napier University Faculty of Health, Life & Social Sciences Research Ethics and Governance Committee. The Australian students were matriculated as Edinburgh Napier University students for the duration of their stay in the UK and clinical placement. Participants gave written consent to participate in the study and for publication of the study findings.
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