Externally funded research projects

These research projects are or have been undertaken as part of the Centre for Research in Professional Learning. Please click on the project title for further detail.

Awarded To

Project Title

Sponsor

Jonathan Doney English Religious Education: A story of indoctrination, Instrumentalization and Ideology British Academy
Dr Eric Lybeck The Academic Self: Changes in University Expectations since 1800 Leverhulme Trust
Professor Karen Mattick ePIFFany@Exeter South West Academic Health Science Network (SWAHSN) & Pfizer Ltd
Professor Rob Freathy Identifying Principles and Big Ideas for Religious Education St Luke's College Foundation
Professor Karen Mattick, Dr  Allan
Dr Claudia Leitner (Project Lead, University of Exeter Medical School) and Dr MC McNeill (Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital)
Medical Aspirations and Planning Parenthood- The Experiences of Future and Foundation Doctors The Association for the Study of Medical Education (ASME)
Professor Vivienne Marie Baumfield, Professor  Mattick Cost, Value and Quality in Professional Learning: promoting economic literacy in medical and teacher education
(http://socialsciences.exeter.ac.uk/education/research/projects/projectlinks/beracommissionprofessionallearning/)
BERA
Dr Karen Walshe Bridging the Gaps: negotiating differing constructions of religion in RE in initial teacher education St Luke's College Foundation
Professor Rob Freathy Exe Libris update 2011-2014 History of Education Society
Professor Karen Mattick
Dr Geoff Wong (Oxford University) [project lead], Dr Mark Pearson (University of Exeter Medical School), Dr Nicola Brennan (Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine & Dentistry)
Interventions to improve antimicrobial prescribing of doctors in training: A realist review National Institute for Health Research
Dr Karen Walshe, Givens, Hetherington, Associate Professor  Postlethwaite, Dr  Skinner
University College Syddanmark, Denmark (leading)
Means to RETAIN teachers in Schools EU Lifelong Learning Programme: Comenius
Professor Wendy Robinson Educating Professionals and Professionalising Education in 21st Century UK Research-Intensive Universities: Opportunities, Challenges, Rewards and Values Higher Education Academy
Professor Karen Mattick By junior doctors, for junior doctors: a project to develop educational interventions to support junior doctors antimicrobial prescribing British Society of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy
Professor Wendy Robinson Revisiting Teacher Professional Development: Past and Present Models 1920-2000 British Academy Research Development Award (BARDA)