Be a visiting researcher

The Health Professions Education Unit welcomes visits from other researchers, for a stay of a few weeks to several months. We welcome enquiries from researchers interested in contributing to our innovative research in learning and teaching.

A research visit to our Unit is a great opportunity to join our supportive, collaborative research group. You will be welcomed to exchange ideas, challenge ways of thinking and generate new knowledge in health professions education – and ultimately translate and implement our research to improve health professions education nationally and internationally.

If you are interested in visiting us, please contact us at 

Previous visitors
Co-authored articles

Aka, JJ, Cookson NE, Hafferty FW and Finn GM. Teaching by stealth: Utilising the hidden curriculum within anatomy education. European Journal of Anatomy. (2018)22(2), 173-182.

Finn GM and Hafferty FW. Medical Student Resilience, Educational Context, and Incandescent Fairly Tales. Medical Education. Invited commentary. (2014) 48 (4): 342-344.

Hafferty, FW and Finn GM. “The Hidden Curriculum & Anatomy Education” in “Teaching Anatomy: A Practical Guide" Edited by Chan, LK and Pawlina, W. (2015). Author. Pages 339-349