I design and study new ways of learning, for example learning in online communities. Inquisitively I engage with questions about the development of (upcoming) medical professionals. My work helps to realise sound educational interventions.
I have a masters degree in molecular biology but became an educationalist, worked as an (e)-learning consultant and wrote my thesis about lifelong learning of veterinary professionals. Questions about informal collaborative learning of professionals, especially for the purpose of applying scientific evidence in clinical practice, are my primary research focus. Qualitative research methods I have experience with are: realist reviews, interviews, focus groups and conversation analysis.
I enjoy critical reflective discussions for the benefit of better results.