Mrs Helen Bradbury
Senior Lecturer in Clinical Education
I am a qualified Pharmacist, spending the first 19 years of my career in hospital pharmacy practice. In 1999 I moved into academia and in 2001 gained a Master of Education at the University of Leeds.
My subject specialities are clinical education, personal and professional development of healthcare practitioners, pharmacy practice and therapeutics, and interprofessional education. I also have an interest in technology enhanced learning.
I am on the organising committee for the Professional Lifelong Learning conference and we held a fifth conference in June 2011. We are editing a special issue edition of Studies in Continuing Education as a result of this conference, which should be published soon. This collaboration is with Sue Kilminster,LIME, Professor Miriam Zukas, Birkbeck College London, Professor Nick Frost, Leeds Metropolitan University.
Programme Manager for the Postgraduate Certificate and Masters in Clinical Education. I also work for the School of Healthcare as a senior lecturer and teach on a range of programmes.
I welcome enquiries from prospective research students sharing my research interests, particularly in Clinical Education
Beyond Reflective Practice New Approaches to Professional Lifelong Learning, ed. by Bradbury H and others, First (Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2010),
‘Learning from Each Other? Using Technology to Develop Collaborative Learning in Clinical Education’, in Interprofessional E-Learning and Collaborative work Practices and Technologies, ed. by Bromage A and others (Hershey: Information Science Reference, 2010),