Dr Tristan Price
Lecturer in Clinical Education
Peninsula Medical School (Faculty of Health)
I completed my PhD in International Relations at Aberystwyth University in 2011. From there I pursued a career in education, completing a PGCE in Secondary History and teaching History and Law at GCSE and A-Level for three years. Prior to this I obtained a BSc (Hons) in Politics with International Relations from Plymouth University and an MSc (ECON) in Security Studies from Aberystwyth University.
I am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
I have research interests in topics related to remediation and medical performance, regulation, licensing and medical workforce planning.
Key publications are highlightedJournals
Teaching the teachers online: Supporting professional learning via the ‘micro-teach. Academic Practice and Technology (APT2021) conference. 2nd July, 2021
Remediating your medical workforce: insights from a realist review of the evidence. Keynote Lecture, Society for Education in Anesthesia, Spring Meeting, 16th April 2021
Remediating doctors: Reporting the findings of a realist review, Ottawa Conference, Kuala Lumpur, March 2020.
Remediation, What Works? Workshop, Ottawa Conference, Kuala Lumpur, March 2020.
Remediating doctors to support patient safety: a realist review, Canadian Conference in Medical Education, Niagara Falls, 16 April 2019
What’s working in remediation interventions to keep doctors in practice? Workforce sustainability in health professions, University of Plymouth Research Festival, 24th January 2019.
Learning from Significant Medical Events – a systematic review of the literature from a person-centered perspective. Conference of the European Society for Person-Centered Healthcare. University of West London, 7th December 2018
Remediation, failure and professional identity. Presentation and workshop. Parallel session, Developing Excellence in Medical Education, Manchester, 27th November 2017