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The University of East Anglia 4.3 / 118 reviews
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The degree at UEA for speech and language therapy is very good. The course size is small enough to receive lots of support from lecturers and form a good friendship group between all the slt students. Placement experience is really good allowing us to experience both adult and children client groups. Assessment procedure are varie from posters to presentations, coursework and exams which I really like :)

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NBS-2M2Y
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I am currently studying Marketing and Management and this is my final year. While I am studying this course, I find this is an interesting subject that helps to develop myself. I like the various forms of assessment. Unlike the traditional assessment ; writing a boring essay, this module requires student having practical experience. For example, last year, one of my assessment was creating a advertisement , in which my group and I made a perfume advertisement . Later on , I found this is a good experience for me to apply internship in marketing especially advertising filed by showing them this amazing video. I did really enjoy this kind of assessment. Moreover, I am really appreciate about massive support on assessment , they are willing to help you with any unclear structure and requirement. Sometimes, the content are heavy though.

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ENV-2A42
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This is the best module I have studied in my whole time at university. The module is taught my Dr Tom Hargreaves who is an enthusiastic and knowledgeable lecturer who's passion for the subject really comes across in his lectures and is infectious. The module focuses on how people interact with energy and energy systems and how we can alter people's energy use behaviours in order to combat climate change. The content of the module is fascinating and not only is useful on it's own but also interlinks nicely with other modules on the course. The demonstrators on the course are also very knowledgeable and were easy to engage with and really added something to practical sessions. The teaching came in really dynamic formats. Alongside two weekly lectures there was a weekly practical sessions that centred around group work and a dynamic or work relevant exercise. This included a energy blind date and weekly professional style debates with teams of 5 being given either for/against the week prior and having to deliver opening statements, answer questions from the floor and the opposition team, and provide closing statements. The assessment was also very exciting. The main piece of coursework was to produce a promotional video for an energy saving campaign or product, including scientific content displayed in a way that laymen can understand. This was followed up with a further written brief about the campaign or product. Overall it was an interesting module, taught by passionate and knowledgeable lecturers, and assessed through work place relevant methods.

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The course structure is set out at the beginning and is easy to follow. The content is all very interesting, considering a wide variety of ethical and legal issues within healthcare and medicine. There are extensive cases to look at that are all very interesting and many are controversial. The teaching is excellent, it's interactive and conversational rather than being lectured to.

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I particularly enjoyed this module because the teaching was great and the topic interested me. This is a module taught in year 2 alongside haematology. Over the course of 4 weeks we are taught the common skin problems faced in primary care and the important skin conditions that lead to patients requiring treatment in secondary care.Once at secondary care it was good to be taught by a range of healthcare professionals form nurses to registrars and consultants who each have their on perspectives on conditions. It's also a great insight into a possible career as a dermatologist with regular clinics and little to no inptatients, which appeals to me. Also the career encompasses medicine with some surgical procedures like excision all biopsies. If secondary care doesn't appeal to you, there is the option of becoming a general practitioner with a specialist interest in dermatology and that is just as flexible and rewarding.I'm very passionate about this topic and career and hope to fulfil this dream.

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This module is interesting as it is something which I have not studied before but is vital to my degree. The teaching is extremely good and it is engaging and enjoyable.

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This module is not particularly interesting. It focuses on being able to conduct more in depth close readings, however we are not taught the ability to do that and are expected to know things we have not been taught, such as complex terms and ideas such as Marxism which aren't always taught. This makes the module very boring and uninteresting at times which is a shame.

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Not only are we learning and about all the conditions associated with the heart and kidneys and the treatments for them. We are also being taught how to critically appraise literature. This is very important as it gives us vital skills needed to assess an article and allow us to decide whether it is good evidence or not. We need to be able to do this as pharmacists of the future because we need to stay updated on the latest treatments and the evidence surrounding them. Allowing us to make an informed decision as to what treatment we would recommend for that patient.

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In any case, micro-fossil evidence dating back to 3.4 Ga shows that life (which can be defined here as compartmentalised molecules containing genetic codes that can replicate (Leton and Watson 2011)) must have been well established by the Paleoarchean (Lane 2009).The next major step in the evolution of life was debatably the rise of photosynthesis. The exact timeline of photosynthesis is unclear. While there is evidence of Cyanobacteria, Stromatolites and Evaporites dating back as far as 3.5 Ga it is thought that they were anoxygenic photosynthesisers (Johnson 2016). Further evidence suggests that OP may have evoloved by 2.9 Ga (Nisbet and Fowler 2014) but the clearest evidence we have of oxygenic photosynthesis is the great oxidation event 2.3 Ga (Johnson 2016) and (Lenton and Watosn 2011) which radically altered the Earth’s atmospheric composition.By 2.2 Ga the atmospheric concentration of Oxygen had reached a steady state of 1% (Lenton and Watson 2014), this increased the available energy for organisms allowing them to grow bigger and more complex (Lenton and Watson 2014)

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The core areas that are covered in placement are musculoskeletal (msk), neurological and respiratory. There are other areas such as community and orthopaedics that are covered as well. In the first year there is a 2 week placement after the Christmas period and 4 week placement at the end of first year. These are areas where you would not be considered to take a caseload of patients whilst you are learning the basics. In second year there is a 6 week placement before Christmas, which is a msk placement that complements the learning in year 1. An 8 week placement after the Easter break is either a neurological or respiratory and in third year you begin with a 6 week placement of the other which you haven't done yet. You get to complete an elective placement after the Christmas break for 8 weeks. The placements are within the Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire regions apart from the elective where you are encouraged to go further afield. You can either commute to placement from your student accommodation or arrange private place to stay. The placement team offer options to help for accommodation and can organise to stay at the hospital accommodation. The quality of hospital accommodation varies on where you are and are most likely to share shower and kitchen facilities. Make sure you are prepared before placement so you know what to expect and really get involved and enthusiastic with your educator to get the most out of the experience.

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