BICC Contact Information
BICC leader: Mark Newman
BICC member: Betsy Anagnostelis, Ann Griffin,Sophie Park, Scott Reeves, Melvyn Jones, Henry Potts, Nada Khan, Katherine Woolf and Kieran Walsh
Website link to follow.
We are a collaboration between University College London Institute of Education, Medical School, and Kingston & St George’s University London and are recognised as a centre of expertise in clinical education reviews. We are working to progress the work of the BEME collaboration.
Main areas of interest/expertise
- Clinical Education
- Systematic review methods
- Research Implementation and utilisation
- Primary care undergraduate education
- Interprofessional Education
- Library/ information sciences
- Education research methods
- Health Informatics /Data Science
- Social Psychology
- Factors affecting practitioner and student performance
Contributions made to BEME
Reeves, Scott, Fletcher, Simon, Barr, Hugh, Birch, Ivan, Boet, Sylvain, Davies, Nigel, McFadyen, Angus, Rivera, Josette and Kitto, Simon (2016) A BEME systematic review of the effects of interprofessional education : BEME Guide No. 39. Medical Teacher, ISSN (print) 0142-159X
Sophie Park, Nada F. Khan, Mandy Hampshire, Richard Knox, Alice Malpass, James Thomas, Betsy Anagnostelis, Mark Newman, Peter Bower, Joe Rosenthal, Elizabeth Murray, Steve Iliffe, Carl Heneghan, Amanda Band & Zoya Georgieva A BEME systematic review of UK undergraduate medical education in the general practice setting: BEME Guide No. 32 Medical Teacher (doi:10.3109/0142159X.2015.1032918)
Jones M1, Hutt P, Eastwood S, Singh S. Impact of an intercalated BSc on medical student performance and careers: a BEME systematic review: BEME Guide No. 28. http://dx.doi.org/10.3109/0142159X.2013.806983
The London BICC have supported several reviews and peer reviewed proposals.
London BEME International Collaborating Centre
Synthesising and Using Evidence in Medical and Healthcare Professionals' Education (Masterclass)
Next start date: 22 March 2017 UCL London
This one-day workshop led by experts in the field from the London BEME International Collaborating Centre will help those involved in educating and training healthcare professionals to synthesise and use education research to inform practice, policy and research.
Further details and booking/ contact information can be found at.
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