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Dr Trevor Welland

Dr Trevor Welland (PhD)

Lecturer in Medical Education
T: 01273644569
Location: Room 344B, Watson Building, University of Brighton, Falmer Campus, Falmer, Brighton, BN1 9PH

Research areas: Occupational socialization; professional learning and work; research ethics; qualitative methods

Other relevant positions: School Research Ethics Officer (SREO) at BSMS



Trevor is a Sociologist of Education and Work. He has worked in multi-disciplinary contexts across his academic career and the major part of his teaching role has been in teaching research methods to postgraduate students in Medical Education.

Trevor’s research and publications profile is linked to his interest in occupational socialization (Sociology of Work). His research work also includes approaches to research methods and skills learning as well as the integration of learning and teaching and research for academic staff in research-intensive HEIs. 

Trevor is School Research Ethics Officer (SREO) at BSMS ( a role shared with Ceri Butler) and research lead in the Department of Medical Education. He is also currently supervising PhDs in Medical Education in BSMS.


Occupational socialisation; professional learning and work; research ethics; qualitative methods. 



Programme Leader, MRes

Dissertation Co-ordinator (MDM164 and MDM165)

Module Leader: Research Methods and Critical Appraisal (MDM10); Advanced Research Skills (MDM141). 

Selected publications

Griffin, Ann, McKeown, Alex, Viney, Rowena, Rich, Antonia, Welland, Trevor, Gafson, Irene and Woolf, Katherine (2017) Revalidation and quality assurance: the application of the MUSIQ framework in independent verification visits to healthcare organisations. BMJ Open, 7 (2). e014121 1-10. ISSN 2044-6055

Rizan, C., Das, P., Low, R., Harden, S., Groves, N., Flaherty, B., Welland, T. and Bhutta, M.F. (2019), A streamlined pathway for patients with unilateral tinnitus: Our experience of 22 patients. Clin Otolaryngol, 44: 191-196.

Rizan C, Low R, Harden S, Groves N, Flaherty B, Welland T, Das P, Bhutta MF. A Blueprint for Streamlining Patient Pathways Using a Hybrid Lean Management Approach. Qual Manag Health Care. 2020 Oct/Dec;29(4):201-209. doi: 10.1097/QMH.0000000000000267. PMID: 32991537.

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