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Job Title: Senior Lecturer - Simulated Learning & Clinical Skills
Emily is a senior lecturer in clinical skills and simulated learning, and has a clinical background in various acute areas within the NHS.
Alongside being an A&E sister at St Thomas' Hospital, in 2008, Emily decided to follow her passion for teaching to become a part-time clinical and communication skills tutor for the School of Medical Education, King's College London. In this role she was involved in the planning, development and implementation of the clinical skills curriculum within medical education. She was also a facilitator on the clinical communication and interprofessional education courses for undergraduate students.
Interprofessional education; skills acquisition; clinical communication; nurse education.
Marron, Emily and Apps, Chloe
Undergraduate medicine and physiotherapy problem based learning in a simulated critical care environment.
In: 5th ASPiH National Conference: Changing Behaviours: Improving How Humans and Systems Work;
11-13 Nov 2014, Nottingham, U.K..
Can the use of self-assessment guide students to a more holistic approach to their own ability to achieve safe
practical clinical skills delivery?
In: King's Learning Institute 7th Annual Excellence in Teaching Conference;
18 Jun 2013, London, U.K..
Fordham-Clarke, C., Bassett, S., Gill, E., Thomas, L., Jaye, P., Richardson, S., Marron, E., Slonina, J., Broughton, S. and O'Neill, B.
Interprofessional clinical simulation in critical care for final year medical, nursing and midwifery trainees.
In: Fourth International Clinical Skills Conference: Showcasing Innovation and Evidenced Based Clinical Skills Education and Practice;
22-25 May 2011, Prato, Italy.