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journal contributionposted on 2017-01-23, 12:17 authored by Elizabeth Anderson
Choosing nursing over medicine, Elizabeth joined a 4½ year degree nursing programme at St. Bartholomew's Hospital London where she studied practical nursing while reading for a social science degree at City University London. Elizabeth qualified in 1981 with a degree in psychology with nursing studies. She practised in acute care (cardiothoracic surgery) and community care (Midwife and Health Visitor) ending her clinical years as a research Health Visitor. In 1989 she joined Professor Stewart Petersen (former Head of Leicester Medical School) to design teaching innovation with pedagogic research. Elizabeth has been part of Leicester Medical School for 17 years and joins a growing group of senior nurses shaping medical education. She has led grants to introduce new initiatives within the curriculum including community placements, learning on disability inequality, inequalities in health and interprofessional education. She has served on several national committees to further medical education and received a National Teaching Fellowship in 2007 for her work in medical education.
CitationJournal of Taibah University Medical Sciences, Volume 10, Issue 1, March 2015, Pages ix
Author affiliation/Organisation/COLLEGE OF MEDICINE, BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND PSYCHOLOGY/School of Medicine/Department of Medical Education
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