ePAD Guidance

Helpful guides to using our Electronic Practice Assessment Document (ePad) for students, staff, and professionals outside the University

Following the successful introduction of the Midlands Yorkshire and East Practice Assessment Document (MYEPAD) for nursing and the national electronic Midwifery Ongoing Record of Achievement (eMORA) for midwives the University of Wolverhampton is now moving from the paper based process to an online solution.

In early 2021, after a formal procurement process, we were delighted to announce MyKnowledgeMap as our product supplier. The Nursing ePAD and the eMORA can be used via an app (to be re-launched soon) available for smart phones and tablets, as well as online from any laptop or PC with internet access. The app has offline capability so it can be used even if students are in an area with no wi-fi or data connectivity. Whilst the Nursing ePAD and the eMORA are now being implemented with associated courses, plans are underway to extend the ePAD capability to Return to Practice (Nursing) and Nursing Associate Apprentices (NAA) intakes in early 2022.

We host regular Staff and Practice Users Training Sessions please check this page for our upcoming sessions. 

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The Electronic Practice Assessment Document (ePAD)

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