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From local agreements to a national model for Health education

From local agreements to a national model for Health education
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TipZone article that featured in the March 2014 Newsletter. When the Scottish Funding Council announced its decision to tackle issues of access and inclusion in higher education in a new way in 2008, there was a sense that change, although welcome, would be inevitably slow. However, the Council’s commitment to Opportunities for All has been realised in new and sustainable ways through funding to support and establish articulation hubs in post 92 universities. Glasgow Caledonian University’s Greater Glasgow Articulation Partnership hub (GGAP) initially established local FE/HE projects and college university subject partnerships (CUSPs) to explore, develop and strengthen existing advanced standing articulation pathways with local partner colleges across each academic school. One of the outcomes from that work has been a new national model for articulation in health.
Authors: 
Dr Margaret Hawthorne, Glasgow Caledonian University
Publication Date: March 2014

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