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Dr Angelique Hilli

Associate Research Fellow

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South Cloisters 1.42

Previously worked in research projects on collaborative developmental work research at the University of Helsinki, the Center for Research on Activity, Development, and Learning (CRADLE). 

HEA funded PhD study at the Graduate School for Education at the University of Exeter. Title of study "Educating Professionals and Professionalising Education in Research-Intensive Universities: Opportunities, Challenges, Rewards and Values." Study examines how research-intensive universities are engaging with current Higher Education policy agendas. The study has a specific focus on how effective teaching and learning is evaluated, assessed, valued, rewarded and aligned with institutional missions.

Currently working within the Complex Interventions Research Group at the University of Exeter Medical School, working on Essential Care in Nursing. This project addresses the lack of evidence in essential nursing care practices around topics including eating and drinking, washing and dressing, mobility and communication. 

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy, University of Exeter, UK
  • MSc Education, University of Helsinki, Finland
  • BSc Education, University of Helsinki, Finland

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Research

Research interests

  • Complex interventions
  • Organisational learning and development

Research projects

  • ESSENCE: Amalgamating marginal gains in ESSEntial Nursing CarE
  • PhD study: "Educating Professionals and Professionalising Education in Research-Intensive Universities: Opportunities, Challenges, Rewards and Values" 

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Journal articles

Robinson W, Hilli A (2016). The English ‘Teaching Excellence Framework’ and Professionalising Teaching and Learning in Research-Intensive Universities: an Exploration of Opportunities, Challenges, Rewards and Values from a Recent Empirical Study. Foro de Educación, 14
Kajamaa A, Hilli A (2014). Clients' initiatives and caregivers' responses in the organizational dynamics of care delivery. Qual Health Res, 24(1), 18-32. Abstract.  Author URL.

Publications by year


2016

Robinson W, Hilli A (2016). The English ‘Teaching Excellence Framework’ and Professionalising Teaching and Learning in Research-Intensive Universities: an Exploration of Opportunities, Challenges, Rewards and Values from a Recent Empirical Study. Foro de Educación, 14

2014

Kajamaa A, Hilli A (2014). Clients' initiatives and caregivers' responses in the organizational dynamics of care delivery. Qual Health Res, 24(1), 18-32. Abstract.  Author URL.

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