Learning in practice is a vital and substantial component of student nursing preparation, comprising some 50 per cent of dedicated learning time and is central to developing a competent and compassionate nursing workforce.


This project is gaining national recognition because not only does it help with placement capacity but early feedback demonstrates that it significantly enhances the quality of the learning environment.


The School of Health Sciences in partnership with Health Education East of England and our practice partners including Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, James Paget University Hospital, East Coast Community Healthcare, Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust, Queen Elizabeth Hospital and the Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust have been piloting an exciting project to deliver a different way of practice learning called Collaborative Learning in Practice (CLiP)™.


Principal Investigator

Team led by Dr Charlene Lobo


Further Details

For more information on this licensing opportunity, please contact the IP Office or visit the CLiP Website.