Tuesday, 2 April 2013

Today Attending GCU HEALTH FAIR - Wed 3rd April

Attending GCU HEALTH FAIR - Wed 3rd April


Looking forward to attending the GCU HEALTH FAIR - Wed 3rd April .I had the privilege over the last weeks to speak at 3 events at the University to 1st &3rd year mental health students and to nursing students in the main lecture theatre .so looking forward to attending to support the inspiring students who attend this great University
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Thank you very much for confirming your attendance at the 1st year nursing students annual Health Fair on Wednesday 3rd April – we are delighted that you are able to come along and give vital feedback to our students.

Each of you have confirmed attendance at either the 9.30-11.30am session (Lindsay, Tommy, Margaret, Iain, John and Bill) or 11.30am-1.30pm session (Heather, Sharon, Thomas and George).

There will be several members of teaching staff and myself present at both sessions and we will be able to give additional information and support to you if it is required.

Purpose: We would like you to spend some time moving around as many of the students’ information stands as you wish, talking with the students about their chosen topic.  We will ask you to provide feedback on what you have observed.  I have attached a copy of the feedback form that we will ask you to complete.  You will get copies of this on the day and there will be staff on hand to help you with this and answer any questions you might have. 

Additionally we will ask everyone to place an electronic vote for their favourite stand overall.  These votes will be automatically generated and the top 3 groups will receive a certificate with the top group also receiving Amazon vouchers.

Venue:  Glasgow Caledonian University, Govan Mbeki building, Rooms A426 (a-f).   

I look forward to seeing you all on Wednesday.
 With very best wishes,

Glasgow Caledonian University is a registered Scottish charity, number SC021474

Winner: Times Higher Education’s Widening Participation Initiative of the Year 2009 and Herald Society’s Education Initiative of the Year 2009.

Winner: Times Higher Education’s Outstanding Support for Early Career Researchers of the Year 2010, GCU as a lead with Universities Scotland partners.

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