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Interests

As a practising GP and medical educationalist, my research utilises education as a means to bring about social change. Using explorations of language, my work makes visible unseen power dynamics within healthcare and healthcare education.

Working within sociocultural and critical frameworks, I have wide experience of qualitative methodologies. Current favourites include critical discourse analysis (after Gee) and institutional ethnography. I draw on theorists including Paolo Freire, Antonio Gramsci, Dorothy Holland and Dorothy Smith.

Leading a dynamic young research group with international success, I extend a warm welcome to anyone from any background interested in undertaking healthcare education research with a social justice agenda in mind.

Achievements

Association for the Study of Medical Education (ASME): Best Research Paper of the Year Award, Winner 2016

Association for the Study of Medical Education (ASME): Best Research Paper of the Year Award, Runner-up 2016

Queen's University Belfast School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Science Award for Excellence in Medical Education Research, 2013

Association for the Study of Medical Education (ASME) New Researcher Award Runner-up Prize, 2010

Teaching

I bring my experience as a clinician to bear on my teaching, using a primary care perspective and generalist skills, to work with students towards a nuanced understanding of care paradigms and health inequalities. My teaching and research work are dialogic, employing social learning theories and critical pedagogy in the construction and delivery of teaching programmes.

Other

British Journal of General Practice (BJGP) editorial committee (2015-present). 

ASME Educational Research Group (2014-15)

Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) Research Paper of the Year Panel (2011-12)

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