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Dr. Alan Bleakley

Position, Medical Education

Peninsula Medical School

HQ Phone: +44 1392 262929

Peninsula Medical School

St Lukes Campus Haighton Building

Exeter, Devon EX1 2LU

United Kingdom

Company Description

The Peninsula Medical School provides a stimulating working environment for its staff. Wherever you are based in the Devon and Cornwall peninsula you will enjoy working with a team of friendly and professional individuals who are all committed to the succ ... more

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Employment History

Associate Editor of Advances In Health Sciences Education Theory and Practice and Vice President
Plymouth University

Professor
Surf Action

Professor of Medical Education
Peninsula Medical School , Universities of Exeter

Professor of Medical Education and Deputy Director
Institute of Clinical Education

Psychologist and Senior Lecturer In Medical Education
Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust

Education

PhD

Peninsula Medical School , Universities of Exeter & Plymouth

doctorate
Psychology
University of Sussex

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Alan Bleakley, DPhil, PGDip, PGCert, BSc (Hons), FAcadMedEd

Alan is Professor of Medical Education and academic lead for the medical humanities at Peninsula Medical School, Universities of Exeter and Plymouth. His innovative interdisciplinary work has been recognized in the UK through the award of a Fellowship of the Academy of Medical Educators. Alan is an Associate Editor of Advances in Health Sciences Education Theory & Practice and Vice President of the UK Association for Medical Humanities. His research interests are: (1) medical education theory; (2) teamwork in clinical settings; (3) the humanities in medical education; and (4) curriculum reconceptualisation. He has published on all four themes, most recently Medical Education for the Future: Identity, Power and Location (Springer). Alan is currently co-editing Medicine, Health and the Arts (Routledge, 2013), has completed a book on communication in medicine (in review), and is co-authoring a book on Homer and communication in medicine with Robert Marshall.
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Research by Alan and colleagues on team process in surgical settings has been translated into continuing professional educational programmes in the UK.


Affiliated Scholars

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Alan Bleakley, DPhil, PGDip, PGCert, BSc (Hons), FAcadMedEd

Alan is Professor of Medical Education and academic lead for the medical humanities at Peninsula Medical School, Universities of Exeter and Plymouth. His innovative interdisciplinary work has been recognized in the UK through the award of a Fellowship of the Academy of Medical Educators. Alan is an Associate Editor of Advances in Health Sciences Education Theory & Practice and Vice President of the UK Association for Medical Humanities. His research interests are: (1) medical education theory; (2) teamwork in clinical settings; (3) the humanities in medical education; and (4) curriculum reconceptualisation. He has published on all four themes, most recently Medical Education for the Future: Identity, Power and Location (Springer). Alan is currently co-editing Medicine, Health and the Arts (Routledge, 2013), has completed a book on communication in medicine (in review), and is co-authoring a book on Homer and communication in medicine with Robert Marshall.
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Research by Alan and colleagues on team process in surgical settings has been translated into continuing professional educational programmes in the UK.


Professor Alan Bleakley is a ...

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Professor Alan Bleakley is a psychologist specialising in psychotherapy and cultural psychology and Professor of Medical Education at Peninsula Medical School. He gave a very controversial talk relating to 'communication hypo-competence' and how health care needs to face up to an iatrogenic problem of this epidemic problem based around miscommunication.


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Professor Alan Bleakley is a psychologist specialising in psychotherapy and cultural psychology and Professor of Medical Education at Peninsula Medical School. He gave a very controversial talk relating to 'communication hypo-competence' and how health care needs to face up to an iatrogenic problem of this epidemic problem based around miscommunication.


The Gothic Imagination

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Professor Alan Bleakley, Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry

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