Professor Neil JohnsonFaculty Dean
My research focuses on aspects of medical education. Recent work includes the measurement of teaching, the use of role modelling and analysis of the standards set for medical school end-point assessments.
Trained as a GP I became a Research Fellow in Oxford in 1990. Over time my research focused increasingly on medical education and in 1997 I moved into the management of postgraduate medical education - initially as Director of GP Education in Oxford and then as Postgraduate Medical Dean in Leicester. After a period as a Director of NHSU I moved to Warwick in 2006 where I became Professor of Medical Education in 2008 and Pro Dean in 2010. I moved to Lancaster as Dean of the Faculty of Health and Medicine in 2014.
MA BM BCh MSc MD FRCP FRCGP PFHEA FAcadMEd
Variation in passing standards for graduation-level knowledge items at UK Medical Schools
Taylor, C., Gurnell, M., Melville, C.R., Kluth, D., Johnson, N., Wass, V. 13/03/2017 In: Medical Education.
The impact of positive doctor role modelling
Passi, V., Johnson, N. 11/2016 In: Medical Teacher. 38, 11, p. 1139-1145. 7 p.
The hidden process of positive doctor role modelling
Passi, V., Johnson, N. 2016 In: Medical Teacher. 38, 7, p. 700-707. 8 p.
Commentary on 'Selecting, training and assessing new general practice community teachers in UK medical schools'
Johnson, P.N. 15/10/2015 In: Education for Primary Care. 26, 5, 1 p.
WATCH: Warwick Assessment insTrument for Clinical teacHing: Development and testing
Haider, S.I., Johnson, N., Thistlethwaite, J.E., Fagan, G., Furqan, M. 03/2015 In: Medical Teacher. 37, 3, p. 289-295. 7 p.
Doctor role modelling in medical education: BEME Guide No. 27
Passi, V., Johnson, S., Peile, E., Wright, S., Hafferty, F., Johnson, N. 09/2013 In: Medical Teacher. 35, 9, p. e1422-e1436. 15 p.
Newly qualified doctors' perceptions of informal learning from nurses: implications for interprofessional education and practice
Burford, B., Morrow, G., Morrison, J., Baldauf, B., Spencer, J., Johnson, N., Rothwell, C., Peile, E., Davies, C., Allen, M., Illing, J. 09/2013 In: Journal of Interprofessional Care. 27, 5, p. 394-400. 7 p.
The perceived effects of the European working time directive upon training opportunities for specialist registrars in general surgery in the West Midlands
Padwick, R., Markham, D., Johnson, N. 08/2013
Perceptions of UK medical graduates' preparedness for practice: a multi-centre qualitative study reflecting the importance of learning on the job
Illing, J.C., Morrow, G.M., Rothwell nee Kergon, C.R., Burford, B.C., Baldauf, B.K., Davies, C.L., Peile, E.B., Spencer, J.A., Johnson, N., Allen, M., Morrison, J. 28/02/2013 In: Medical Education. 13, 12 p.
Junior doctors prescribing: enhancing their learning in practice
Rothwell, C., Burford, B., Morrison, J., Morrow, G., Allen, M., Davies, C., Baldauf, B., Spencer, J., Johnson, N., Peile, E., Illing, J. 02/2012 In: British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. 73, 2, p. 194-202. 9 p.
Preparedness for practice: the perceptions of medical graduates and clinical teams
Morrow, G., Johnson, N., Burford, B., Rothwell, C., Spencer, J., Peile, E., Davies, C., Allen, M., Baldauf, B., Morrison, J., Illing, J. 2012 In: Medical Teacher. 34, 2, p. 123-135. 13 p.
Introducing service improvement to the initial training of clinical staff
Johnson, N., Penny, J., Dilys, R., Cooke, M.W., Fowler-Davis, S., Janes, G., Lister, S. 06/2010 In: Quality and Safety in Health Care. 19, 3, p. 205-207. 3 p.
Developing medical professionalism in future doctors: a systematic review
Passi, V., Doug, M., Peile, E., Thistlethwaite, J., Johnson, N. 14/05/2010 In: International Journal of Medical Education. 1, p. 19-29. 11 p.
Moving general practitioner training into primary care with cluster-based learning: a qualitative study in the West Midlands
Doug, M., Johnson, N., Wilkinson, M. 03/2010 In: Education for Primary Care. 21, 2, p. 89-96. 8 p.
Funder - role modelling project
01/10/2009 → 01/10/2014