Integrating service provision, research and student learning in sport and health science: A replicable model?

Saul Bloxham, Ben Jane, Paul Salisbury

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Abstract

This chapter examines a model of service delivery in
operation at University College Plymouth St Mark and
St John (Marjon). The service is a public-facing exercise
referral (ER) programme delivered by students and
staff at the HEI for NHS patients suffering with nonspecific
chronic low back pain. The report focuses on
two outcomes of the model: the effectiveness of the ER
programme to enhance the health of patients referred,
and the perspectives of students who volunteered to
help deliver the programme. The report also reviews
the model’s potential benefits to Marjon, particularly in
light of the Browne report and the increasing pressures
on HEIs to generate additional income streams.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationWhat is Research-led Teaching? Multi-disciplinary perspectives
Pages74-77
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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    Bloxham, S., Jane, B., & Salisbury, P. (2012). Integrating service provision, research and student learning in sport and health science: A replicable model? In What is Research-led Teaching? Multi-disciplinary perspectives (pp. 74-77)