This Tool for Change was commissioned by Edinburgh Napier University to enhance student learning across the undergraduate health and social care programme. Scrambled enables learners – whoever they may be – to explore health and well-being amidst the complexities and challenges of people’s everyday lives in line with the new draft NMC standards.
With thanks to staff from:
School of Health and Social Care, Edinburgh Napier University; Midlothian Community Mental Health Team; Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service; Midlothian Community District Nurse Team; Midlothian Community Hospital; Asthma Nurse Specialist Team, NHS Lothian; Community Learning Disability Team, NHS Lothian; Wester Hailes Education Centre; School Nurse Team NHS Lothian.
Thanks also to Bipolar Scotland and to the individuals and families who contributed their experience and knowledge to the creation of this material.
The Ramsay family experiences a series of challenges over the course of six months. Each challenge focusses on the needs and experience of a family member: the teenaged girl who has asthma; her aunt who has a learning disability; her grandmother who is aging; and her dad who has a mental health problem. As well as family members, the characters in this story include a learning disability nurse, a community psychiatric nurse, a child health nurse and a newly qualified staff nurse. This dramatized story unfolds over 12 scenes (60 minutes running time).
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