Cameron is an intensive care specialist who also works at the University in the clinical skills and simulation centre teaching medical students how to be doctors. His project is a learning needs analysis of simulation educators.

Cameron's research project uses survey methodology to explore the professional development needs of clinician-teachers who come from a clinical background with limited clinical education expertise and who teach medical students using use simulation-based methods. Cameron is keen to find out what challenges they encounter and what type of education support would assist them to develop expertise in simulation-based education.

Begin your qualitative journey