Dr Jane Stewart
Senior Lecturer & Associate Dean for Quality, Assurance and Enhancement
- Email: email@example.com
- Telephone: +44 (0) 191 208 4524
- Fax: +44 (0) 191 208 5016
- Address: School of Medical Education
The Medical School
Ridley Building 1
Jane has worked within the field of medical education for over 20 years, initially as a researcher within the Northern Deanery and then within Postgraduate Education. She has a MSc in Rehabilitation Studies (Southampton) and PhD in Education (Newcastle). Her doctoral thesis was concerned with the conceptual framework juniors use to judge risk when calling for help.
Her research expertise is in clinical education, specifically the development of professional knowledge within practice and has supervision responsibility for PhD and MD students studying in that area. In recognition of her expertise she is currently the Chair of ASME’s Education Research Group.
As part of a new initiative Jane is currently seconded to Northumbria Healthcare Trust for two days a week where she works as an ‘Educationalist in Residence’ developing and supporting medical educational research.
Responsible for the development of the Diploma and Masters components of the Masters in Clinical Education, Jane also led the development of the international programme.
Having stepped down from the Degree Programme Director role in March 2011, and more recently as Module Leader for the Masters projects, Jane continues to act as a project supervisor and teacher within the programme.
- Wakeling L, Jakubovics N, McHanwell S, Stewart J. Challenging the basic sciences 'learn and forget' culture. Medical Education 2016, 50(5), 578-579.
- Rae F, Stewart J, Bateman B. Hearing Adolescent Voices: Using age-appropriate standardized patients to teach health issues in an undergraduate setting. In: ASME Annual Scientific Meeting. 2016, Belfast, Belfast Waterfront, Conference Centre. In Preparation.
- Thomson R, Loveland A, Stewart J, Fisher J. How to stop the runaway train of clinical training. BMJ Group, 2016. Available at: http://careers.bmj.com/careers/advice/How_to_stop_the_runaway_train_of_clinical_training.
- Loveland A, Thomson R, Stewart J. Stress in Simulation - accuracy of judgments made by facilitators regarding student stress. In: ASME Annual Scientific Meeting. 2016. In Preparation.
- Smith C, Finn GM, Stewart J, Atkinson M, Davies DC, Dyball R, Morris J, Ockleford C, Parkin I, Standring S, Whiten S, Wilton J, McHanwell S. The Anatomical Society core regional anatomy syllabus for undergraduate medicine. Journal of Anatomy 2016, 228(1), 15-23.
- Fisher JM, Rudd MP, Walker RW, Stewart J. Training Tomorrow’s Doctors to Safeguard the Patients of Today: Using Medical Student Simulation Training to Explore Barriers to Recognition of Elder Abuse. The Journal of the American Geriatrics Society (JAGS) 2016, 64(1), 168-173.
- Stewart J. Turn the good idea into a feasible project. Education for Primary Care 2016.
- Fisher JM, Rudd MP, Walker RW, Stewart J. Exploring Barriers to the Recognition of Elder Abuse through Medical Student Simulation Training. In: ASME's Annual Scientific Meeting. 2015, Edinburgh: Association for the Study of Medical Education (ASME).
- Male P, Thomson R, Stewart J. 'Good Busy' vs 'Bad Busy' - How to Overcome the Challenges of Teaching in a Busy Emergency Department. In: ASME's Annual Scientific Meeting. 2015, Edinburgh: Association for the Study of Medical Education (ASME).
- Webb G, Sudlow M, Stewart J. Practising practice: Evaluating the effect of a ward-based simulation exercise on students' educational goals in a subsequent out-of-hours placement. In: ASME's Annual Scientific Meeting. 2015, Edinburgh, UK: Association for the Study of Medical Education (ASME).
- Cruikshank M, Foster HE, Stewart J, Davidson JE, Rapley T. Transitional care in clinical networks for young people with juvenile idiopathic arthritis: current situation and challenges. Clinical Rheumatology 2015, (epub ahead of print).
- Male P, Bateman B, Stewart J. 'Variety is the Spice of ED Life' - The Breadth of Curriculum Coverage during Undergraduate Shifts in the Emergency Department. In: ASME's Annual Scientific Meeting. 2015, Edinburgh, UK: Association for the Study of Medical Education (ASME).
- Jandial S, Stewart J, Foster HE. What do they need to know: achieving consensus on paediatric musculoskeletal content for medical students. BMC Medical Education 2015, 15, 171.
- Thomson R, Stewart J. Educator in Residence - innovation within a Trust. In: Annual Scientific Meeting. 2014, Brighton: ASME.
- Smith C, Finn G, Hennessy C, Stewart J, McHanwell S. Creating and evaluating the impact of a core syllabus in anatomy education using a Delphi methodology. In: Diversity in medical education: about people, for people, by people. 2017, Exeter University: Association for the Study of Medical Education (ASME).
- Wilson G, Larkin V, Redfern N, Stewart J, Steven A. Exploring the relationship between mentoring and doctors’ health and wellbeing: a narrative review. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 2017, 110(5), 188-197.
- Munjal I, Thomson R, Goff I, Fisher J, Stewart J. 'Great idea', 'sounds scary', 'I'm too busy'; Identifying the barriers in developing a staff peer observation programme. In: Diversity in Medical Education: about people, for people, by people. 2017, Exeter: Association for the Study of Medical Education.
- Woods E, Thomson R, Fisher J, Stewart J. Revolutionising feedback: an exploration of barriers and drivers to change. In: Diversity in medical education: about people, for people, by people. 2017, Exeter: Association for the Study of Medical Education (ASME).
- Smith C, Hennessy C, McHanwell S, Stewart J, Finn G. The impact of the new Anatomical Society core syllabus in gross anatomy from faculty perspectives. In: The Power of Surprise!. 2017, Helsinki, Finland: AMEE. In Press.