Professor of Medical Education, Vice Dean (Lincoln), Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences
A senior clinician and medical educator, with extensive experience in teaching, training, research and management.
Professor Pinner has undertaken a range of teaching related roles in the NHS, at the University of Nottingham, as well as roles in the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
Teaching interests include clinical psychiatry, affective disorders in the elderly and dementia care, professionalism and communication skills.
She was module convenor for the MMedSci in Medical Education: "Practice in Assessment and Feedback". She is involved in assessment at all levels of the undergraduate medical course including assessment of professionalism, is the school's Fitness to Practice lead and is currently designing and implementing the new clinical curriculum for the BMBS at Nottingham and Lincoln.
Main area of research in medical education focuses on teaching and learning innovations, assessment methodologies, communication skills teaching and resilience in medical undergraduates.
External Examiner for University of Leicester Medical School MBChB (current).
Previously carried out clinical research in dementia disclosure and practitioner communication skills development.
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