The Collaboration for the Advancement of Medical Education Research and Assessment (CAMERA) exists to improve healthcare through evidence-based education and to inform assessment in medical curricula across medical education.
Funded, collaborative research by a multi-professional group impacts directly on the international literature, educational theory, practice and policy at Plymouth Peninsula, as well as nationally and internationally.
The CAMERA research team are all located within the Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry. The team come from a range of disciplinary backgrounds and use a mix of qualitative and quantitative methods.
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Professor Julian Archer - Director of CAMERA
Julian is personally funded by a prestigious National Institute for Health Research Fellowship. His research explores the impact of assessment in the workplace on learning, healthcare professionals, health service systems, and their management.Learn more about Professor Julian Archer