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Alina Jenkins

The Karolinska Institutet Prize for Research in Medical Education is a major international award and was created to recognise and stimulate high-quality research in the field and to honour scientists who have made a significant contribution to medical and healthcare education. In this podcast series we’ll explore the origins of the KIPRIME and discover the passion and commitment of the people who made it happen; we’ll also hear from previous winners and discover how their research has helped to blaze a trail in this emerging field. Inspiring and supporting the next generation of researchers is at the heart of the prize and a major initiative in 2019 was to establish a fellowship programme. This exciting project has brought together some of the brightest minds who are at the cutting edge of research in medical education. From examining the neuroscientific correlates of clinical reasoning to exploring the dominance of the global north, we’ll hear from 13 inspiring scientists, doctors, psychologists and researchers.Your host for the series is Alina Jenkins; a BBC presenter and journalist since 2001 with an extensive background in communicating science. She also works in the pharmaceutical, finance and engineering sectors as a communications coach.
Understanding how health professionals in training learn to self-regulate – an interview with Professor Anique de Bruin November 17, 2022 Episode artwork How utilising assessment big data can optimize future programmes for learners, teachers, and clinical care – an interview with Dr Mahan Kulasegaram November 04, 2022 Episode artwork Influencing change and improving the learning and work environment within medical education – an interview with Dr Liselotte Dyrbye. October 20, 2022 Episode artwork A world-wide influencer of medical education - an interview with the inaugural winner of the prize, Professor Henk SchmidtApril 14, 2021 Episode artwork From endocrinology to pioneering the OSCE – an interview with world leader in medical education, Professor Ronald Harden. April 07, 2021 Episode artwork Surgeon, leading medical educator and a pioneer of the OSCE - an interview with Dr Richard Reznick March 31, 2021 Episode artwork From nuclear physics to reforming medical curricula - an interview with the 2008 prize winner Geoff NormanMarch 17, 2021 Episode artwork A pioneer in medical education and KIPRIME winner in 2014 – an interview with Dr John Norcini March 09, 2021 Episode artwork Evaluation and assessment in medical education - an interview with 2012 KIPRIME winner Dr Cees van der VleutenMarch 02, 2021 Episode artwork The assessment of learners in health professions education – an interview with Dr Shiphra Ginsburg February 23, 2021 Episode artwork How problems get solved in Health Professions Education – an interview with Dr Meredith Young February 16, 2021 Episode artwork Motivation and self-determination theory; developing students for life – an interview with Dr Rashmi Kusurka. February 08, 2021 Episode artwork Workplace learning in healthcare – an interview with Dr Pim Teunissen February 02, 2021 Episode artwork Lifelong learning for health care professionals - an interview with Terese StenforsJanuary 26, 2021 Episode artwork Medical professionalism across cultures – an interview with Dr Ming Jung-Ho January 19, 2021 Episode artwork How feedback literacy is enacted in the health workplace – an interview with Dr Liz Molloy January 13, 2021 Episode artwork The exploration of power dynamics and equity in the context of global health educational partnerships – an interview with Dr Dawit Wondimagegn. January 06, 2021 Episode artwork Medical education as a design discipline: developing interventions and tools which create conditions for learning activities - an interview with Klas Karlgren December 29, 2020 Episode artwork Examining the neuroscientific correlates of clinical reasoning – an interview with Jerome Rotgans December 21, 2020 Episode artwork Global North-South engagement in medical education research and teaching - an interview with Dr Thirusha Naidu.December 15, 2020 Episode artwork The synergies between simulation and workplace learning using talk and team interactions - an interview with Walter Eppich.December 08, 2020 Episode artwork The role of basic science knowledge in clinical reasoning and the development of medical expertise - an interview with Nicole N. Woods.December 01, 2020 Episode artwork Conceptualizing methodology and its relationship to theory - an interview with Dr. Glenn Regehr, KIPRIME winner 2020.November 24, 2020 Episode artwork The properties of excellent clinical teaching: being a context expert is not enough - an interview with Professor David IrbyNovember 18, 2020 Episode artwork The role of language on healthcare teams – an interview with Professor Lorelei LingardOctober 01, 2020 Episode artwork