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Professor Sheena Warman

Ovre the last few years my focus has been on educational research, particularly centred on reflection and feedback in the clinical workplace.  I also collaborate widely with colleagues in the UK and overseas, exploring subjects as diverse as the use of flipped classrooms in veterinary education, and developing teaching resources for evidence-based veterinary medicine.  I led a cross-disciplinary team within the University to better understand feedback practices that support transitions to the workplace (LeapForward project).  I have completed a part-time Doctorate in Education at the University of Bristol, with my thesis exploring the experiences of recent veterinary graduates as they engage in reflective practice.

Research keywords

  • veterinary education
  • feedback
  • reflection

 

Biography

After graduating from Glasgow Vet School, I spent 4 years in mixed practice. I then undertook a 3 year clinical training scholarship (residency) in Internal Medicine and Intensive Care at Bristol University.  After a short spell in private referral practice, and having gained RCVS and European diplomas in small animal medicine, I returned to Bristol University where I was a clinical teacher for many years.  Over the last few years, I have developed my interests in veterinary education, and in the summer of 2018 I became Reader in Veterinary Education. 

Research keywords

  • hepatic encephalopathy
  • IMHA
  • infectious disease

Collaborations

  • University of Edinburgh
  • Pet Blood Bank
  • Southampton Hospital
  • University of Liege