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Anne is an educationalist and social science researcher with expertise in medical and professions education. She is the Postgraduate Research (PGR) Lead in the Centre for Education and a member of the Centre’s Executive Committee. Her research examines changes in medical and higher education and their implications for curriculum development and teaching. A key line of inquiry in her research is studying the inter-relationships between policy, research and practice. Her current research focus is exploring what the role of faculty development is, or should be, in supporting medical educators address the needs of diverse learners, recruited to better reflect the patient populations that they serve. Anne’s publications reach both academic and practitioner audiences through journal articles, a Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) Occasional paper and an edited book ‘ Learning Trajectories, Innovation and Identity for Professional development’, awarded an ‘Outstanding Publication Award’, by the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Division I, Education in the Professions. (Currently 16, 605 downloads @ April 2019). She leads an International Collaborating Centre that is a partnership with King’s College London and the University of Washington in Seattle. This centre is part of the Association of Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) Best Evidence in Medical Education (BEME) initiative. Additionally, Anne has international leadership roles in, The American Educational Research Association (AERA) Division of Education in the Professions and is an International member of the Society for Directors of Research in Medical Education (SDRME). She has provided consultancy and educational advising both internationally and locally. For further details and recent publications please see PURE URL