Dr Madeline Carter (nee Campbell)
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Madeline joined the Medical Education Research Group (formerly the Northern Deanery Research Team) as a Research Associate in 2008, and moved with the team to the School of Medicine and Health in 2010. She graduated from the University of Cambridge, before moving to the USA to complete her MA on human memory and PhD in organisational and applied cognitive psychology at Rice University in Houston, Texas. After returning to the UK, Madeline worked as a consultant for Zeal Solutions where she supported the evaluation and development of a pilot team of paramedics trained to work in hazardous environments. Since joining the Medical Education Research Group, Madeline has worked on projects investigating workplace bullying in the NHS, professionalism in healthcare, selection into foundation training, the quality and delivery of medical education, and healthcare regulation; often working in partnership with NHS organisations. Her research interests are focused on applying principles and methods from organisational psychology to the workplace, with the aim of informing policy and practice in healthcare.
Medicine, Pharmacy and Health, School of
- Carter, M., Finn, G., Sawdon, M. & Thompson, N. (2012), Measuring Conscientiousness in medical students: Objective and subjective assessments, British Psychological Society Division of Occupational Psychology Annual Conference. Chester, England.
- Carter, M., Crampton, P., Thompson, N., Illing, J. & Burford, B. (2011), Tackling workplace bullying in the NHS: A mixed methods approach, British Psychological Society Division of Occupational Psychology annual conference. Stratford-upon-Avon, England..
- Crampton, P, Carter, M, Thompson, N, Illing, J, Burford, B & Morrow, G (2010), Experiences of bullying: A qualitative study. (Poster presentation), AMEE. Glasgow, Scotland.
- Campbell, M., Illing, J., Kergon C., Thompson, N., Burford, B., Morrow, G., Crampton, P., Haig, A. & Spencer, J. (2010), Selection methods for Foundation Programme: A literature review, 14th Ottawa Conference: Assessment of Competence in Medicine and the Healthcare Professions. Miami, USA., AMEE.
- Campbell, M, Crampton, P, Thompson, N, Illing, J, Burford, B & Morrow, G (2010), Workplace bullying in the NHS: Behaviours, Prevalence and Impact, Bullying and Harassment Conference. Cardiff, Wales.
- Campbell, M., Covill, S. & Bellwood, H. (2009), Tackling bullying, Leading Workforce Thinking, the NHS Employers' annual conference. Birmingham, England..
- Campbell, M, Morrow, G, Kergon, C, Thompson, N, Crampton, P & Illing, J (2009), Trainee views on the standard of specialty training: A focus group study. Talk presented at ASME ASM, Edinburgh, Scotland, 43: 1.
- Campbell, M. & Burford, B. (2009), Using interactive webinars to deliver continuing professional development to dental professionals, International Association for Medical Education (AMEE) annual conference. Malaga, Spain..
- Beier, M E & Campbell, M. (2007), Ability and motivation in training: A theoretical approach to understanding the relation between learning and aging, In J l Farr (Chair) Identifying determinants of age-related change: Looking beyond chronological age. Symposium conducted at the 22nd Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. New York, USA..
- Beier, M E & Campbell, M (2006), Examining knowledge structure development and predictors of performance, (Poster) presented at 21st Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Dallas, USA.
- Campbell, M & Watkins, M J (2003), Taming orienting tasks, Southwest Cognition Conference (Armadillo). Texa A & M University, College Station USA.
- Campbell, M & Watkins M J (2002), Memory selectivity with an orienting task procedure, Southwest Cognition Conference (Armadillo). Trinity University, San Antonio, USA..
Journal papers: academic
- Beier, M.E., Campbell, M. & Crook, A. (2010). Developing and demonstrating knowledge: Ability and non-ability determinants of learning and performance. Intelligence 38(1): 179-186.
- Carter, M. & Beier, M. E. (2010). The effectiveness of error management training with working-aged adults. Personnel Psychology 63(3): 641-675.
- Carter, M, Crampton, P, Thompson, N, Illing, J & Burford, B (Published). Bullying and negative behaviours at work: Prevalence and impact in North East NHS Trust.
- Illing, J, Carter, M, Thompson, NJ, Crampton, PES, Morrow, GM, Howse, JH, Cooke, A & Burford, BC (2013). Evidence Synthesis on the occurrence, causes, consequences, prevention and management of bullying and harassing behaviours to inform decision-making in the NHS. HMSO.
- Illing, J, Campbell, M, Kergon, c, Thompson N, Burford, B, Morrow, G, Crampton, P, Haig, A & Spencer, J (2009). Selection Methods for Foundation Programme: A Literature Review.
- Campbell, M, Zarola, A & Leather, P (2008). Hazardous Area Response team (HART) Incident Analysis Report. Report prepared by Zeal Solutions for the Department of Health.
- Campbell, M (2007). Selection literature review: Best practice for interviews, assessment centres, and psychometric tests.