I joined Edinbugh Napier in 2011 as an Academic Professional Developer designing and running learning and teaching events for academic staff at ENU. I moved part time into psychology to teach work psychology on our international courses in Hong Kong and Singapore. I currently run modules in Work and Organisational Psychology as well as support Honours Students and supervise PhD’s. My current research interests are around the role of assessment in learning and I am interested in how regulatory assessment affects professional identity and ethics as well as all things work and organisational. I particularly like research with uses non-traditional methods or is particularly critical.
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