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Analysing the Diagnostic Radiography (DR) undergraduate's infection control practical session lesson plan from the lens of educational theories
Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) is an Applied Learning and Applied Research driven university. Being an educator in SIT, the curriculum and lesson plan for all the undergraduate programmes have been calibrated through varied processes to align with the university's vision. Here the development of lesson plans, curriculum, and assessments are predominantly grounded on Active and Collaborative Learning approaches and augmented by Authentic Assessment methods. This lesson plan is on the Standard Precautions (SP) practical session for Diagnostic Radiography students, and it focuses on the subtopic of SP, Infection Control. A review was conducted where the lesson was critically analyzed after a third round of conducting the lesson. In addition, this topic of Infection Control has been placed under the scrutiny of the global community in this recent pandemic. The curriculum was redesigned to be in alignment with Singapore's Ministry of Health (MOH) and World Health Organization (WHO) infection control standards.