Gordon, Lisi

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20102022

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Lisi joined the University of Dundee School of Medicine in August 2019. Prior to this she was an associate lecturer in the University of St Andrews School of Management. Having gained her PhD in 2015 within the Centre for Medical Education (CME), School of Medicine at Dundee (which focussed on healthcare leadership), Lisi worked as a post-doctoral research fellow in CME exploring doctors’ trainee-trained transitions. Lisi is lead for healthcare educational research activities within CME. Her key areas of research and teaching interest are: educational and life transitions; healthcare leadership; professional identity development; and equality, diversity and inclusion and has published in these fields in top medical education journals. She is principal and co-investigator for several research grants, most recently focused on doctors’ transitions during COVID and innovation in healthcare.  In recognition of her research contribution to health professions education, she holds honorary appointments at Monash Centre for Scholarship in Healthcare Education and within the School of Management at the University of St Andrews. She also represents University of Dundee School of Medicine on the Scottish Medical Education Research Consortium Board (hosted at NHS Education for Scotland) and is Associate Editor for the journal Medical Teacher.

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  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being

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