Assessing the behavioural and social science curricula components for undergraduate medical students: A BEME Systematic Review
- Ellie Hothersall, (lead reviewer), MBChB, MPH, MD; Honorary Senior Lecturer in Public Health, Consultant in Public Health Medicine and Systems in Practice Convenor. Dr Hothersall is teaching lead for Population Health and Evidence Based Medicine at the University of Dundee medical school. Her interests are in teaching and assessment of population health topics. She has previously conducted a systematic review of the effects of obesity on elective surgery. She will serve as the PI and lead all aspects of this review.
- Jeni Harden (University of Edinburgh) has extensive experience in undergraduate teaching and assessment in social sciences. She is also an experienced qualitative researcher, and has previously published systematic reviews.
- Evridiki Fioratou (University of Dundee) is the lead for undergraduate teaching and assessment of Behavioural and Social Sciences including Human Factors at University of Dundee medical school. She also has previous involvement in a Health Technology Assessement systematic review of the management of obesity in men.
- Annalisa Manca (University of Dundee) is a medical education technologist, specialising in the use of social media in medical education. Her background is in social sciences and humanities, which ground her skills in the application of theory in teaching and research practices. She also holds an MEd in Communication, Education Technologies.
- Morris Gordon (University of Central Lancashire) is active in Cochrane systematic review, with several published and in progress projects. He has published a number of medical education systematic reviews and is the lead for the UCLAN BEME BICC, on the BEME Editorial board and lead for BEME educational developments.
- Susie Schofield (University of Dundee) has is a senior lecturer with extensive experience of teaching and assessment in medical education. She is responsible for ongoing research into assessment, staff development and flexible learning.
- Scott Mcgregor (University of Dundee) subject librarian