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Teresa Pawlikowska

Job Title
Associate Clinical Professor
Warwick Medical School - Education and Development
024 7657 4512
Research Interests

<ul><li>The teaching and analysis of communication and consultation skills</li></p> <li>Patient-centred practice and patient enablement</li></p> <li></ul>The selection and experience of postgraduate entry medical students


Teresa joined WMS from UCL where she had been a senior lecturer. As Head of the International Unit there she was involved in primary care education and development projects abroad on behalf of the European Union and World Bank. Working in the Open Learning unit she was responsible for the initial development of a web-based MSc in Primary Care. Both roles involved teaching communication skills and developing courses for delivery to undergraduates and postgraduates, a role which continues at Warwick University. </p>She has a research interest in the teaching and assessment of communication, patient–centred practice and aspects of medical education. Together with other members of the GP medical education group at Warwick Medical School she has been developing an in-depth study of WMS students which provides specific data to inform medical school development, and will also enable longitudinal follow up. She is exploring the use of patient enablement as an assessment tool in collaboration with The Skills lab, University of Maastricht.</p> Teresa is also involved in developing an international strategy for WMS as in the International unit. She works as a sessional salaried GP at a local teaching practice in Kenilworth.

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ESRC Seminar Series: Sleep and Society: Critical Themes, Future Agendas ESRC 01 Jan 2005 31 Dec 2008