Dr James Read
Profiles

Dr James Read

Peninsula Medical School (Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry)

Role

PhD Student

Qualifications

BMBS (Universities of Exeter and Plymouth)

MClinEd (University of Plymouth)    
MRCP (Royal College of Physicians)
MAcadMed (Academy of Medical Educators)
FHEA (Higher Education Academy)

Professional membership

Member of the Academy of Medical Educators

Member of the Royal College of Physicians
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Roles on external bodies

Council member of the Academy of Medical Educators

Associate with the General Medical Council
Registrar in Geriatric Medicine, Derriford Hospital, Plymouth

Teaching interests

Geriatric Medicine

Medical Education
Remediation
Assessment

Research interests

Medical Education

Remediation
Assessment

Key publications are highlighted

Journals
Articles
Baines R, de Bere SR, Stevens S, Read J, Marshall M, Lalani M, Bryce M & Archer J 2018 'The impact of patient feedback on the medical performance of qualified doctors: a systematic review' BMC Medical Education 18, Author Site , DOI PEARL
Read J 2015 'Reflecting on reflection' The Clinical Teacher 13, (5) 376-377 , DOI
Morar P, Read J, Arora S, Hart A, Warusavitarne J, Green J, Sevdalis N, Edwards C & Faiz O 2015 'Defining the optimal design of the inflammatory bowel disease multidisciplinary team: results from a multicentre qualitative expert-based study' Frontline Gastroenterology 6, (4) 290-297 , DOI
Horne S, Vassallo J, Read J & Ball S 2013 'UK triage – An improved tool for an evolving threat' Injury 44, (1) 23-28 , DOI
Stevens SAG, Read J, Baines R, Chatterjee A & Archer J 0 'Validation of Multisource Feedback in Assessing Medical Performance: A Systematic Review (In Press)' Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions PEARL
Chapters
Read JM & Browne J 2012 'Developing a Career as a Medical Educator' International Handbook of Medical Education: A Guide for Students SAGE Publications
Conference Papers
Tredinnick-Rowe JF & Read J 2016 'The Semantics of Remediation - primed to fail? The impact of negative word association upon student performance in remediation' European Board of Medical Assessors Exeter, United Kingdom 14/10/2016 15/10/2016
Read JM 2016 'Whose benefit is it for anyway? The remediation dilemma in undergraduate medical students in the UK' Ottawa Conference Perth, Western Australia 19/03/2016 23/03/2016