No longer needed- thanks to those who responded- was interesting!
original post was:
Just wondering if you can help me with something. I am wanting to get some info from you about follow through journeys/continuity of care journeys (here by referred to as FTJ's just for ease) I am going to a meeting in a few days about the future course requirements at my uni and am guessing this will be a discussed topic. If you could help either by answering here or PMing me your thoughts on FTJ's then it may help me argue better.
I am just curious as to the following
a) how many FTJ's are you required to complete and how many hours do you have to spend with each woman
b) have you found it difficult to recruit women- if so why- if not why do you feel you have been easily able to do so?
c) Do you think you have gained a lot more by FTJ's than you would have simply by doing prac hours?
d) What was the most enjoyable part of FTJ's for you
e) what was the least enjoyable part of FTJ's for you
f) In your eyes what is a reasonable number of FTJ's that a student should have to complete in a 3 year direct entry or 4 year double degree?
Any other comments would be HUGELY appreciated-you are welcome to put those essay writing skills to work . As I said, feel free to PM me if you don't want it open to the public.
Thanks in advance!