Dr Jolanta Kisielewska
Lecturer in Physiology (Education)
Peninsula Medical School (Faculty of Health: Medicine, Dentistry and Human Sciences)
Lecturer in Physiology, Medical Knowledge Module Lead.
PhD in Physiology, MSc in Genetics, Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Education
Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Roles on external bodies
School Representative to MSCAA
Physiology, nutrition within BMBS, Radiography and Physician Associate PG programme ; small group facilitator (PBL), Student Selected Component facilitator for "Rare congenital disorders", and "Impact of nutrition on health", Academic tutor.
1. For 2018-2021, I am a co-researcher from UoP for European Erasmus + project “ Development of online international adaptive progress testing (OIAPT)” alongside Thomas Gale and Steven Burr. The project is led by Maastricht University and aims to adapt an applied knowledge test by algorithmic selection of questions where the level is tailored to the knowledge of a student. This is a 3 year pilot (€332,720; UoP €35,104), that aims to provide evidence that this innovative method of testing medical students is effective. There are 7 European partners involved and three of us represent and lead the research part of this development for UoP.
2. 2016_2018, I have been co-researcher in an inter-faculty project, led by Dr Kamran Ali, on “Impact of Learning Disabilities on the Performance of Students in Healthcare Education”. I led medical programme part of this research. This research has been presented at Association of Dental Research meeting in Vancouver in June 2019. (K. Ali, J. Kisielewska, F. Subhan, K. Tredwin, 2019)
3. I was the Principal Investigator on a research project in collaboration with psychometric team looking at “Impact of students’ engagement with online formative medical knowledge tests (AMK) on their academic performance”. Podium presentation, EBMA conference, Braga, Portugal, November 2018: D.Zahra, E.Gabe-Thomas, J.Kisielewska.
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