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Jeremy is Professor of Clinical Education in the Faculty of Health and Social Care at Edge Hill University. He is a member of the Postgraduate Medical Institute Management Group, reporting directly to the Associate Dean for Research and Innovation. He is Chair of Edge Hill University’s Research Ethics Sub-Committee (URESC) and represents URESC on three other University committees. His main interests are in transitions in medical careers (editorial published in the BMJ) and evaluative methodologies. He is Edge Hill University’s Medical School Career Development Lead. Jeremy has a PhD in medical education: ‘From student to professional: a case study of the teaching and learning environment during a formative transitional period in the career of new doctors’. He has worked in postgraduate clinical education since 1999. He worked for Mersey Deanery as a Research Fellow in Medical Education before joining Edge Hill in 2002 as a Senior Research Fellow. Since then he has continued to collaborate and work in partnership with Health Education England North West. He has published over 50 peer reviewed papers and presented (or co-authored) over 50 papers nationally and internationally. In 2015 Jeremy was awarded the ‘Excellent Medical Education’ prize in the Postgraduate Category awarded by the Association for the Study of Medical Education (ASME) and the General Medical Council. He was Deputy Chair of the Association for the Study of Medical Education Research Group in 2016 and 2017. Jeremy co leads the Faculty's research theme 'Improving professional practice and service delivery through education and leadership'. He is Principal Investigator on a number of funded projects including a 3-year evaluation for NHS England. His teaching duties include leading a Masters Research module and supervising PhD students.

Education/Academic qualification

Medical Education, PhD, Lancaster University

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Research Output 2001 2019

(Re)discovering Grounded Theory for Cross-Disciplinary Qualitative Health Research.

Silverio, S. A., Gauntlett, W., Wallace, H. & BROWN, JEREMY., 8 Apr 2019, (Accepted/In press) Qualitative Research Symposium Edited Volume. Clift, B., Gore, J., Bekker, S., Costas Batlle, I., Chudzikowski, K. & Hatchard, J. (eds.). Bath: University of Bath, p. 41-60 19 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterResearchpeer-review

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grounded theory
health
qualitative research
health service
methodology

A mixed-methods pilot study to evaluate a collaborative anaesthetic and surgical training pack-age for emergency surgical cricothyroidotomy*.

Berwick, R. J., Gauntlett, W., Silverio, S. A., Wallace, H., Mercer, S., BROWN, JEREMY., SANDARS, JOHN., Morton, B. & Groom, P., 19 Aug 2019, In : Anaesthesia and Intensive Care.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

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Anesthetics
Emergencies
Neck
Self Efficacy
Teaching

An investigation into specialty trainee engagement with e-learning

Brown, J., Shaw, NJ. & Kinloch, K., 12 Feb 2019, In : British Journal of Hospital Medicine. 80, 2, p. 105-108

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

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Learning
Illegitimacy
Health Education
Telephone
England

Multi-disciplinary training hubs in North West England: The training hub lead perspective.

BROWN, JEREMY., SANDARS, JOHN., NWOLISE, CHIDIEBERE., Silverio, S., Agius, S., Patel, M. & Mamelok, J., 28 Jul 2019, In : Education for Primary Care.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

England
Learning
Motivation
Primary Health Care
Teaching

The United Kingdom Field Epidemiology Training Programme: meeting programme objectives

DEY, MARIA. PAOLA., SANDARS, JOHN., BROWN, JEREMY., bracebridge, S., young, Y. & ruggles, R., 25 Jul 2019, (Accepted/In press) In : Eurosurveillance.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

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Epidemiology
Education
United Kingdom
Capacity Building
Process Assessment (Health Care)

Projects 2019 2019

Thesis

Time-lapse systems:incubation and annotation

Author: BARRIE, A., 28 Jun 2017

Supervisor: BROWN, J. (Director of Studies)

Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

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