Dr Tristan Price
Profiles

Dr Tristan Price

Lecturer in Clinical Education

Peninsula Medical School (Faculty of Health: Medicine, Dentistry and Human Sciences)

Role

I am currently working as Lecturer in Clinical Education for the Faculty of Health: Medicine, Dentistry and Human Sciences. I teach on both the face to face and the online pathways for the MClinEd programme and I am the module lead for the MSc Dissertations for the taught postgraduate programmes. 

I am also currently a research fellow on the RESTORE project within CAMERA. RESTORE is an NIHR funded realist review of remediation seeking to ascertain why, how, in what contexts, for whom and to what extent remediation programmes for practising doctors work to restore patient safety.


Qualifications

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. 



In addition to my work as a Research Fellow at Plymouth University I also work as an Associate Lecturer for the Open University in International Relations and Development.  

Professional membership

I am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)

Teaching interests

Clinical Education 

Dissertations 

PhD Supervision 

Research interests

I have research interests in topics related to remediation and medical performance, regulation, licensing and medical workforce planning.


Methodologically, I have an interest in realist reviewing and realist evaluation.  

I am currently part of a team conducting a realist review into medical remediation. Check out our project web pages: 

Key publications are highlighted

Journals
Articles
Baines R, Price T, Archer J & Bryce M 2019 'The impact of patient complaints and compliments on medical performance: a systematic review' The European Journal for Person Centered Healthcare 7, (3) Publisher Site PEARL
Price TJ, Baines R, Marshall M, Cameron N, Bryce M & Archer J 2019 'Learning from significant medical events: a systematic review' European Journal for Person Centred Healthcare 7, (2) , DOI PEARL
Tazzyman A, Ferguson J, Boyd A, Bryce M, Tredinnick-Rowe J, Price T & Walshe K 2019 'Reforming medical regulation: a qualitative study of the implementation of medical revalidation in England, using Normalization Process Theory' Journal of Health Services Research & Policy 135581961984801-135581961984801 , DOI PEARL
Lambe P, Gale T, Price T & Roberts M 2019 'Sociodemographic and educational characteristics of doctors applying for psychiatry training in the UK: secondary analysis of data from the UK Medical Education Database project' BJPsych Bulletin , DOI PEARL
Tazzyman A, Bryce ME, Ferguson J, Walshe K, Boyd A, Price T & Tredinnick-Rowe J 2019 'Reforming regulatory relationships: the impact of medical revalidation on interactions between doctors, employers, and the General Medical Council' Regulation and Governance , DOI PEARL
Price T, Brennan N, Cleland J, Prescott-Clements L, Wanner A, Withers L, Wong G & Archer J 2018 'Remediating doctors' performance to restore patient safety: a realist review protocol' BMJ Open 8, (10) e025943-e025943 Author Site , DOI PEARL
Price TJ, Lynn N, Coombes L, Roberts M, Gale T, Regan de Bere S & Archer J 2018 'The International Landscape of Medical Licensing Examinations: A Typology Derived From a Systematic Review' International Journal of Health Policy and Management , DOI PEARL
Price T & Archer J 2017 'UK Policy on Doctor Remediation' Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions 37, (3) 207-211 , DOI PEARL
Archer J, Lynn N, Coombes L, Roberts M, Gale T, Price T & Regan de Bere S 2016 'The impact of large scale licensing examinations in highly developed countries: a systematic review' BMC Medical Education 16, (1) , DOI PEARL
Conference Papers

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 

Reports
Bryce ME, Archer J, Brennan N, Burns L, O'Brien T & Price T 2018 Fitness to practise: Impairment and serious misconduct - a narrative synthesis review. General Dental Council Publisher Site
Archer J, Bloor K, Bojke C, Boyd A, Bryce M, Ferguson J, Gutacker N, Hillier C, Luscombe K & Price T 2018 Evaluating the development of medical revalidation in England and its impact on organisational performance and medical practice: overview report. Department of Health Policy Research Programme University of Manchester Publisher Site
Archer J, Cameron N, Lewis M, Marshall M, O'Hanlon J, Regan de Bere S, Walshe K, Baines R, Boyd A & Bryce M 2018 UMbRELLA: Evaluating the regulatory impacts of medical revalidation – final report. General Medical Council Publisher Site
Price TJ, Regan de Bere S, Archer J, Ayres R, Baines R, Gravett T, Stevens S & Tredinnick-Rowe J 2017 Price, T. Regan de Bere, S. Archer,J. Ayres, R. Baines, R. Gravett, T. Stevens,S. Tredinnick-Rowe, J. (2017). SustainingProject Equinox: A Feasibility Study. Plymouth.