MYE PLG work in partnership to provide a consistent approach to our students and practice partners

Welcome to the MYE PLG Website

This is the webpage for the Midlands, Yorkshire and East Practice Learning Group (MYE PLG). We represent 30 Universities and worked collaboratively to support the development and delivery of a regional nursing practice assessment document and the implementation of the NMC Future Nurse standards (2018).

We have worked with stakeholders to develop and adopt a regional approach to the NMC (2018) Standards to Support Student Supervision and Assessment (SSSA) and the new supervisor and assessor roles. By agreeing expectations and preparation requirements we have developed shared resources for the preparation of the role of the Practice Assessor, Practice Supervisor and Academic Assessor.

This website holds the resources developed, along with guides for their use in the sections below. It also details our ongoing work on projects to enhance practice based learning and assessment for our universities, students and all our practice learning partners.

Across our MYE Universities and their multiple practice partners, we know there is innovation and inspiration in progress. We welcome feedback and helpful observations to make this website even better, please send your comments to the Midlands Yorkshire and East Practice Learning Group project lead [email protected].
We hope you find these resources useful.

 Our 30 Institutions

For specific information, click on their logo to go to their webpages.
Project Lead for M,Y+E PLG

Dr Abbie Fordham Barnes PhD RN
(University of Wolverhampton)
Email: [email protected]



Learning Disability student nurse proficiency mapping resource🌟now on to complete all 4 fields of guidance for students, supervisors and assessors on achieving the @NMC proficiencies. Thanks to all involved in developing these @UoN_SHS and MYE colleagues

As 2023 starts, we want to say Thanks to all our placement organisations, to the practice educators, facilitators, supervisors and assessors who do such a great job supporting all our healthcare students. Together we are creating the future workforce 🙂

Did you know has information how nursing students can work towards proficiency achievement? Just added- a guide for Primary Care Nursing led by @AnnaDav17220298 Take a look 👀 if you have more to share like these, let us know ✍️

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