Research Assistant, CUREMeDE
I am a Research Assistant at the Cardiff Unit for Research and Evaluation in Medical and Dental Education (CUREMeDE). In CUREMeDE I carry out qualitative analysis (literature reviews, interview and focus group analysis) on various ongoing projects. Recently I've been involved in projects on professionalism in dentistry, healthcare regulation, and GP training in Wales.
I completed my PhD in Language and Communication at the Centre for Language and Communication at Cardiff University in 2019. My PhD project explored the domestic use of videochat through the analysis of video recordings and interviews. In 2016, I co-edited a volume titled Downscaling culture: Revisiting Intercultural Communication and contributed a chapter focusing on the method of nexus analysis to the same volume. My latest publication is a chapter titled Intimacy at a distance: Multimodal meaning making in video chat tours in the 2020 edited volume Visualizing Digital Discourse: Interactional, Institutional and Ideological Perspectives. My research has focused on new media, digital communication, and multimodal approaches to discourse analysis.
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