A BEME scoping review of educational programmes on how to use play in paediatric clinical practice for healthcare professionals
- Christine Louise Krebs1, MD. House officer. Christine is a medical doctor with experience in conducting scoping reviews and has an interest in paediatrics.
- Jane Hybschmann1, MScPH. Research assistant. Jane is a research assistant who is experienced in review methodologies and in conducting systematic searches in the paediatric fields
- Kelsey Graber2, MSc PhD fellow. Kelsey is a PhD fellow with a particular focus on the role of play in affecting quality of life during paediatric care for children with chronic or severe illness.
- Line Klingen Gjærde1, MD, PhD. Paediatric registrar. Line is a medical doctor and PhD with experience in paediatrics and qualified to use registry linkages, statistical programming, and big data. She is also part of a working group that is developing a national patient/parent education programme.
- Martha Krogh Topperzer1, RN, MSc, PhD. Martha is clinical specialist in nursing, and holds a PhD. Has experiences in designing, conducting, and implementing mono- and interprofessional postgraduate education in childhood cancer with up to 14 groups of healthcare professionals. She also has extensive educational experience in pregraduate nursing education in the clinical setting.
- Jakob Thestrup Hansen1, MSc. Research assistant. Jakob is a research assistant and holds a master’s degree in global health and has experiences in research methodologies.
- Emilie Tange Nielsen1, BScPH and Stud.cand.scient.san.publ. Student assistant. Emilie is a master student in Public Health Science at the University of Copenhagen and has experiences in review methodologies.
- Anders Larsen3, MLIS. Information specialist/IT coordinator. Anders Larsen is an information specialist experienced in designing and conducting systematic literature searches.
- Paul Ramchandani2, MD, PhD, MSc, MRCPsych, Professor. Paul works as a consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist in the UK National Health Service and is a LEGO professor of Play in Education, Development and Learning (PEDAL) at Cambridge University, UK. He is Director of the PEDAL Research Centre investigating the role of play in children’s early development. He has a particular interest in the prevention of emotional and behavioural difficulties and his work includes the development and testing of psychological interventions and detailed observational studies of parents and young children.
- Jette Led Sørensen1, MD, MMEd, PhD. Professor of Interprofessional Learning. Department of Clinical Medicine, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Jette Led Sørensen specialises in obstetrics and gynaecology and is a professor of Interprofessional Education. She is experienced in medical education, including research in curriculum development, implementation and evaluation of educational programmes for various healthcare professionals and specialities. She has conducted numerous research and development projects, including assessment and implementation of simulation-based training.
- Juliane Marie Centre and Children’s Hospital Copenhagen, Rigshospitalet, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
- Centre for Research on Play in Education, Development and Learning (PEDAL), Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom.
- University Hospitals Centre for Health Research, Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
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