Mrs Sarah Bradley
Exeter Clinical skills resource centre
Sarah Bradley is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Exeter Medical School. She is Programme lead for the Masters in Healthcare Leadership and Management, module lead for the Education Essentials, Assessing Learning and Researching Clinical Education modules of the Masters in Clinical Education, and module lead for the Advanced Skill Development module of the MSc Advanced Clinical Practice. . Previously, as Senior Clinical Skills Tutor for the Medicine programme, she had responsibility for a range of Clinical Skills teaching and assessment, including procedural skills, physical examination, clinical communication, resuscitation and simulation. She has 18 years’ experience as a medical educator and has a particular interest in clinical communication, skill development, assessment of clinical competence and professional identity formation. Her research interest is in qualitative assessment methods and she is currently working towards a doctorate.
Sarah is a registered nurse and prior to working in medical education worked for the NHS specialising in Coronary Care and Research Nursing.
Senior Fellow Higher Education Academy
BNurs (Hons) University of Birmingham 1997
PGCE University of Plymouth 2004
External Engagement and Impact
Member of UK Clinical Communication Council
External Examiner Positions
2016-2019 University of Cape Town PGDip Pain Management/Emergency Medicine
- HPDM061 - Researching Clinical Education
- HPDM104 - Assessing Learning
- HPDM105 - Education Essentials
- HPDM132 - Advanced Skill Development
- HPDM132DA - Advanced Skill Development