Student research, medical education; sports injury surveillance and epidemiology; whole body cryotherapy; mixed methods.
Lucy Hammond is Professor of Health Sciences Education, Deputy Pro Dean for Education and Director of Undergraduate Studies at Warwick Medical School. With a professional background in sport rehabilitation, she undertook her PhD at the University of Nottingham, Department of Physiotherapy, and completed a mixed methods study on the sociocultural practices that influence the ability to accurately capture epidemiology data in professional team sports. Her research interests are varied and have an increasing focus on medical education. Lucy leads a portfolio of undergraduate programmes, and is module lead for Professional Projects and Dissertations for students studying on postgraduate programmes. She has held this role in two other institutions and has a keen interest in student research and the contribution to knowledge that it can make. She is a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
- 'Jones, Helen M., 'Hammond, Lucy, 2022. 'Threshold concepts in medical education : a scoping review. Medical Education, 56 (10), pp. 983-993
- 'Hammond, Lucy, 2021. 'The activity of student research : using Activity Theory to conceptualise student research for Master?s programmes. Studies in Higher Education, 46 (6), pp. 1055-1067