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My research interests are around the role of assessment in learning and I am interested in how regulatory assessment could affect professional identity and ethics. In previous roles I have been involved in the creation and evaluation of competency frameworks for several different public bodies at a national level, including the Police and NHS Education for Scotland.
I came to Edinburgh Napier after working as an academic for several years at Glasgow Caledonian University although for the last two years I’ve been working at Edinburgh Napier. Currently fifty percent of my time is focused on lecturing. The focus of my lectureship is around work and organisations although I also teach critical psychology for the Open University. The other fifty percent of my time is spent in Academic Professional Development supporting colleagues in developing leadership across the university and in obtaining recognition for their teaching excellence.
Being professionally recognised and accredited is important to me so I maintain my professional recognition as an Occupational Psychologist (registered with the Health and Care Professions Council). I am also a Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, a Chartered Scientist, and a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
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