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Alan Bleakley

Professor of Medical Education

Peninsula Medical School

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Peninsula Medical School

St. Lukes Campus, Magdalen Road

Exeter, Devon,EX1 2LU

United Kingdom

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The Staff at the Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry (the College) are undoubtedly its most valuable resource. The effective development and retention of high quality staff is therefore one of the highest priorities for the College as it aims to achiev...more

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Professor Alan Bleakley
Alan Bleakley is Professor of Medical Education at Peninsula Medical School, Universities of Exeter and Plymouth, UK. Alan has a background first in biological sciences and then psychology, psychotherapy, psychological medicine, and education. He gained his doctorate in Psychology from the University of Sussex, where his thesis looked critically at contemporary analytical psychotherapies as modern forms of shamanism. Alan is an internationally renowned figure in medical education and the medical humanities and has published many papers and five books, including The Animalizing Imagination (2000), Medical Education for the Future (2011); and is a widely published poet, including a collection Hermes in the Kitchen Drawer. Despite injuries along the way, he has been a keen surfer for 27 years and counting. Professor Alan Bleakley


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Alan Bleakley
Alan Bleakley Alan is Professor of Medical Education and Medical Humanities at the newly formed (2013) Plymouth University Peninsula School of Medicine. He was previously Professor of Medical Education at Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry (now disaggregated into separate Plymouth and Exeter medical schools), where he was also academic lead for the medical humanities. He was instrumental in forming and shaping an innovative, core and integrated medical humanities curriculum widely recognized as a world leader; and has become a leading international figure in medical education and the medical humanities. He gained a BSc (Hons) in Psychology and Zoology and has postgraduate qualifications in Modern Social and Cultural Studies, Education and Psychotherapy. His Doctorate (University of Sussex) examined use of the animalizing imagination in ancient shamanism and modern psychotherapy. He has worked in higher education for 40 years, developing and teaching programmes in psychology, psychotherapy, clinical psychology and medical education, and practiced in parallel as a psychotherapist for 30 years. He is also a widely published poet with two collections and work in The Times Literary Supplement, London Review of Books, and Manhattan Review, among many journals, and is widely anthologized. He has published over 80 peer-reviewed articles, many book chapters and eight books - most recently Medical Education for the Future: Identity, Power and Location (Springer 2011) and The Heart of the Matter: Patient-Centered Medicine in Transition (Springer 2013), and an edited collection Medicine, Health and the Arts: Approaches to the Medical Humanities (eds. Bates, Bleakley and Goodman, Routledge 2013). Alan is a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Educators and, from January 2014, President of the Association for Medical Humanities. He is a founder member of the Rogano Academy for medical educators, a Visiting Scholar at the Wilson Centre Toronto, Associate Editor of Advances in Health Sciences: Theory and Practice, and on the editorial boards of Journal of Interprofessional Care, Medical Humanities, and MedEd World. He lives in the far west of Cornwall, UK looking out on the Atlantic Ocean. He has been surfing regularly for 50 years and is passionate about music, particularly contemporary jazz.


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Alan Bleakley
International Advisory Board: Alan Bleakley The International Health Humanities Network Alan Bleakley Alan Bleakley Alan is Professor of Medical Education and Medical Humanities at the newly formed (2013) Plymouth University Peninsula School of Medicine. He was previously Professor of Medical Education at Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry (now disaggregated into separate Plymouth and Exeter medical schools), where he was also academic lead for the medical humanities. He was instrumental in forming and shaping an innovative, core and integrated medical humanities curriculum widely recognized as a world leader; and has become a leading international figure in medical education and the medical humanities. He gained a BSc (Hons) in Psychology and Zoology and has postgraduate qualifications in Modern Social and Cultural Studies, Education and Psychotherapy. His Doctorate (University of Sussex) examined use of the animalizing imagination in ancient shamanism and modern psychotherapy. He has worked in higher education for 40 years, developing and teaching programmes in psychology, psychotherapy, clinical psychology and medical education, and practiced in parallel as a psychotherapist for 30 years. He is also a widely published poet with two collections and work in The Times Literary Supplement, London Review of Books, and Manhattan Review, among many journals, and is widely anthologized. He has published over 80 peer-reviewed articles, many book chapters and eight books - most recently Medical Education for the Future: Identity, Power and Location (Springer 2011) and The Heart of the Matter: Patient-Centered Medicine in Transition (Springer 2013), and an edited collection Medicine, Health and the Arts: Approaches to the Medical Humanities (eds. Bates, Bleakley and Goodman, Routledge 2013). Alan is a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Educators and, from January 2014, President of the Association for Medical Humanities. He is a founder member of the Rogano Academy for medical educators, a Visiting Scholar at the Wilson Centre Toronto, Associate Editor of Advances in Health Sciences: Theory and Practice, and on the editorial boards of Journal of Interprofessional Care, Medical Humanities, and MedEd World. He lives in the far west of Cornwall, UK looking out on the Atlantic Ocean. He has been surfing regularly for 50 years and is passionate about music, particularly contemporary jazz.


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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. Research by Alan and colleagues on team process in surgical settings has been translated into continuing professional educational programmes in the UK.


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