Ms Pamela Bradley - BSc (Hons), MEd, RGN
Telephone:+44 (0)29 207 43442
Location:Division of Medical Education Heath Campus
Pam qualified as a registered general nurse in 1980 (Leeds) and holds a diploma in ophthalmic nursing (Manchester).
In 1996 she obtained a B.Sc. (Hons) Professional Nursing Studies & ENB Higher Award (Liverpool) and a Masters in Education in 2005 (Exeter).
Pam is currently a Senior Lecturer for Medical /Pharmacy Education (Interprofessional) at The University of Cardiff
Previously Pam was a Senior Lecturer for Clinical, Communication skills and Simulation at the Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry (Plymouth) 2001- 2011
Lecturer in Clinical Skills and Simulation at the University of Liverpool 1997 - 2001
Undergraduate Interprofessional education
Objective Structured Clinical Skills Examinations
Clinical Supervision and Reflective Practice
Continuing Interprofessional education
Research and audit in clinical skills
Use of information technology to aid learning
Pam was awarded a Teaching and Learning Fellowship Award from the University of Plymouth (2005) and received First Prize in - Rewarding excellence in learning and teaching - for “Evaluation of Clinical Skills Teaching and Learning” from the Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine in (2009)
Since 1997 Pam has been teaching Clinical and Communication Skills at the Universities of Plymouth and Exeter and Liverpool.
Currently Pam is responsible for developing the Interprofessional Curriculum for Medicine and Pharmacy at the University of Cardiff
Pam is a reviewer for Medical Teacher and Medical Education and is a reviewer for the National Teaching Fellowship award scheme
Professional and Learned Societies
Fellow of the Academy of Medical Educators