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Research Team

The CAMERA research team are all located within the Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry. The team come from a range of disciplinary backgrounds and use a mix of qualitative and quantitative methods.

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Dr Julian Archer

Director of CAMERA

Julian Archer is personally funded by a prestigious National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Fellowship. His research explores the impact of assessment in the workplace on learning, healthcare professionals, health service systems, their management, delivery and related politics. (Read more)

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Dr Sam Regan de Bere

Deputy Director of CAMERA

Sam Regan de Bere is PUPSMD academic lead for Medical Humanities and Vice President of the UK Association for Medical Humanities. She has conducted professions related research for over twenty years, with particular interests in patient and public involvement (PPI) in professional education and development. (Read More)

Nicola Brennan

Dr Nicola Brennan

CAMERA Research Fellow

Nicola Brennan's research explores a variety of medical education themes including the transition from medical student to practising doctor and appraisal of doctors, using systematic and realist review methods. (Read More)

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Dr Marie Bryce

CAMERA Research Fellow

Marie Bryce’s research focuses on health professions regulation, particularly revalidation and fitness to practise processes. She is interested in how professional regulation and education relate to concepts of professional status, identity, and standards.(Read More)

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Dr Arunangsu Chatterjee 

Director for Technology Enhanced Learning 

Arunangsu Chatterjee is PUPSMD Director for Technology Enhanced Learning with current research interests around technology enhanced assessments, personalisation of learning, serious games, immersive technologies and simulation. (Read More)

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Miss Sally Hanks

Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer)

Sally Hanks main areas of interest are the management and leadership in dentistry, assessment for learning, the teaching, e-learning and assessment of professionalism and medical humanities teaching. (Read More)

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Dr Kayleigh Luscombe

CAMERA Research Assistant

Kayleigh Luscombe's key research interests include the impact of medical revalidation on clinical governance and organisational culture. (Read More)

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Dr Mahrukh Mirza

Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry

Dr Mahrukh Mirza's research interests areTechnology Enhanced Learning and assessment, Culturally responsive teaching, assessment and practice, Human Computer Interaction (HCI). (Read More)

 

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Dr Suzanne Nunn

CAMERA Research Fellow

Suzanne Nunn works primarily on the three stage Revalidation research initiative for the Health Foundation. Recently Suzanne has been focusing on patient and public involvement in regulation (particularly feedback).(Read More)

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Tim O'Brien

Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry

Tim O'Brien's interests are the prevalence, and causes of, avoidable harm in dentistry, human factors and safety in healthcare systems, and strategies to reduce avoidable harm to patients. 

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Rebecca Baines

CAMERA Research Assistant

Rebecca Pitt's research interests involve the desired, actual and potential use of inclusive public and patient involvement in all aspects of medical education from undergraduate courses through to medical regulation. (Read More)

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Dr Tristan Price

CAMERA Research Assistant

Tristan Price is developing a programme of work around doctor remediation and improving the identification of performance concerns and on the evaluation of medical revalidation.(Read More)

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Mr Martin Roberts

CAMERA Senior Psychometrician

Martin Robert's research interests revolve around assessment across the spectrum of medical education from selection methods to workplace-based assessment and revalidation. (Read More)

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Dr Jamie Read

Honorary University Fellow

Jamie Read is an NIHR funded academic clinical fellow working with the CAMERA team and also as a registrar in geriatric medicine at Derriford Hospital in Plymouth. (Read More)

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Dr John Tredinnick-Rowe

CAMERA Research Assistant

John Tredinnick-Rowe research interests are in both medical humanities and medical sociology; these include medical regulation, clinical remediation and organisational systems in health care.(Read More)

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Dr Daniel Zahra

CAMERA Senior Psychometrician

Daniel Zahra's research interests include clinical decision-making and simulation in medical education. He specialises in the analysis and interpretation of the quantitative data generated by the project.(Read More)

More About CAMERA

About C.A.M.E.R.A.

The Collaboration for the Advancement of Medical Education Research and Assessment (CAMERA) exists to improve healthcare through evidence-based education and to inform assessment in medical curricula across medical education. Funded, collaborative research by a multi-professional group impacts directly on the international literature, educational theory, practice and policy at Plymouth Peninsula, as well as nationally and internationally.

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