Topic Editors

A topic editor or editors are responsible for the questions and answers relating to a topic.  The topic editor or editors

  • Identify questions relating to the topic in consultation with colleagues and AMEE members

  • Provide answers to the questions and recommendations synthesised from the evidence available

  • Ensure that the questions and answers are kept up to date with current practice and any new evidence available

The current topic editors are: 

Jen Cleland

Student Selection

Julie Dinh

Julie V. Dinh, M.A., is a National Science Fellow Graduate Research Fellow and doctoral researcher in industrial/organizational psychology at Rice University. She earned a B.A. in Psychology with highest honors from the University of California, Berkeley. Postgraduate, she worked for three years in behavioral science research at the University of California, San Francisco, and the San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Currently, she conducts interdisciplinary research on the patient-provider relationship, in collaboration with Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital.

Nisha Dogra

Nisha Dogra is Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry Education and Honorary Consultant in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the Greenwood Institute of Child Health, University of Leicester. She was until recently working as a generic child and adolescent psychiatrist Research in child mental health has included identifying how young people define mental health and mental illness. She and colleagues have also explored how young people understand mental health in the context of wider health and mental health promotion. Currently their work is focused on how young people see the relationship between mental health and social media. Nisha has been involved in the development and delivery of a wide variety of teaching and training events in undergraduate and postgraduate education, locally, nationally and internationally in both psychiatry and diversity.  Nisha piloted mental health awareness training for university staff and has also undertaken mental health awareness training for secondary school teachers. Nisha has led innovations in how medical students can be taught diversity to ensure they deliver high quality care to a range of patients and understand how their own perspectives may influence the care they provide. She has published widely including peer reviewed publications, edited and written books as well as writing many chapters for books edited by colleagues related to psychiatry and education. In 2011 she was runner up for the Times Higher Education Award for Innovative Teacher of the Year. She is currently Associate Dean for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion for the Royal College of Psychaitrsts.

Erik Driesen

Adrian Freeman

Morris Gordon

Handover of Care

Ronald Harden

Professor Ronald Harden completed training and practised as an endocrinologist before moving full time to medical education.  He is editor of Medical Teacher and General Secretary and Treasurer of the Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE).  He was formerly Professor of Medical Education, Teaching Dean and Director of the Centre for Medical Education at the University of Dundee.

Professor Harden is recognised as one of the leading international authorities in medical education with experience in undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing medical education.  Ideas which he has pioneered include the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE). 

Sylvia Henneman

Mentoring and Portfolios

Nicky Hudson

Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships

Michelle McLean


Lynn Monrouxe

Flipped Classroom

Martin Pusic

Learning Analytics

Subha Ramani


John Sandars

Student in Difficulty

Olle ten Cate


Jill Thistlethwaite


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