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Professor Jeremy Brown

Prof of Clinical Education

Medical School

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Biography

Jeremy is Professor of Clinical Education in the Faculty of Health, Social Care & Medicine at Edge Hill University. He is Research Lead for the Medical School and member of the Health Research Institute  Management Group, reporting directly to the Associate Dean for Research and Innovation. 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 and 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 65 peer reviewed papers and presented (or co-authored) over 60 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’. He is Principal Investigator on a number of funded projects including work with Health Education England and NHS England.  He is currently supervising 6 PhD students and has supervised 4 PhD completions (2 as Director of Studies). Jeremy is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.