​​​​Centre for Health Professions Education​

Current research projects


Archer, E., Schmutz, S., Van Schalkwyk, S. & Volschenk M. The value of renewing a curriculum: an evaluation of the revised MPhil in HPE.  N16/10/131.
Archer E, Turner, R.  Undergraduate medical students' empathy teaching and learning. N18/01/001. Extended as longitudinal study.
Archer, E., Van Schalkwyk, S. & Blitz, J. Registrars' perceptions and experiences of clinical empathy during clinical practice: a multi-institutional study. N20/05/057.
Archer, E., Meyer, R., Schmutz, A.M.S., Lupton-Smith, A. and colleagues from Leeds, UK. Learner and facilitator perceptions and experiences of learning in a health professions context.
Archer E, Schmutz S, Volschenk M, Jacobs C. Exploring Threshold Concepts in a post graduate programme in Health Professions Education. TL-2019-10496.
Jacobs, C., Van Schalkwyk, S., Blitz, J. & Volschenk, M.  TL-2018-8838. Exploring the development and application of a responsive curriculum framework for healthcare professionals in South Africa.
Meyer, R., Van Schalkwyk, S. & Archer, E. Meyer, R., Van Schalkwyk, S. & Archer, E. The private healthcare setting as a place of learning: a qualitative exploration. S18/04/086.
Mhlabeni, L., Dyubeni, F. Language Matters: Preparing health science professionals for multilingual contexts.
Mhlabeni L. Immediate feedback through display motivated by anonymity. S12/02/040A.
Van Schalkwyk S. and others. The PhD in HPE as public good.
Van Schalkwyk, S. McKenna, S. Doctoral Models: A scoping review.
Cooper, I. Van Schalkwyk, S. Evaluation of the MBChB IDEAL rotation. Reference Number: 18587