A Best Evidence in Medical Education (BEME) Systematic Review of how technology is used during clinical placements to support the learning experience of undergraduate health-related profession students
- Andrea Jones, (Lead Reviewer), Lecturer in Podiatry at Ulster University and has worked as a Practice Educator during her employment with Belfast Health & Social Care Trust. She has completed her Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education Practice and is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA). She is currently enrolled in a PhD with the Institute of Nursing & Health Research (INHR), Ulster University.
- Dr Iseult Wilson, Queen’s University Belfast, a physiotherapist from Trinity College Dublin and worked in a variety of clinical settings before joining Ulster University as a lecturer in Physiotherapy in the School of Health Sciences in 2001. Dr Wilson is currently working as a Senior Lecturer in Education for the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Queens University Belfast. She has a keen interest in qualitative research, particularly focus group methodologies and analysis.
- Dr Danny Kerr, Ulster University, Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy and a member of the Institute of Nursing & Health Research (INHR), Ulster University. He has worked as an academic at Ulster since 2002 and is currently the Associate Head of School of Health Sciences. Danny is an experienced research supervisor and clinical researcher with a track record of successful doctoral supervision and publication in peer-reviewed, scientific journals. He is a senior fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a member of the School of Health Sciences Leadership team as Academic Lead for Education.
- Professor Stephen McClean, Ulster University holds a Chair in Bioscience Education at Ulster University and is currently the Head of School of Biomedical Sciences. He has interests in active learning pedagogy and in particular the use of digital technologies to enhance learning. He is a senior fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
- Dr Cathal Breen, Ulster University a Cardiac Physiologist and has practised diagnostic cardiac physiology to senior roles within centres of excellence in the UK and Ireland. Since 2006 Cathal has lectured at Ulster University, leading on cardiology specific academic and practice placement instruction. His most recent research outputs cross innovation and pedagogic domains and include a review of ECG interpretation skill acquisition and the design and testing of an innovative smartphone application for novice interpreters of the ECG (ANALYSE).
- Kelly McCoo, Ulster University, Subject Assistant Librarian (Life & Health Sciences) at Ulster University.