Dr Dawn GoodwinSenior Lecturer in Social Sciences and Director of PBL
My research interests have focused on cultures of health care work and issues of learning, knowledge and practice. These interests have manifested themselves in previous studies as a focus on decision making and accountability, patient safety and critical incident analysis, diagnostic work and embodied knowledge, collaborative work in critical care, and human-machine relations in medical work. Theoretically, these interests are informed by science and technology studies, ethnomethodology, medical sociology and anthropology. Methodologically, I have used ethnography, interviews, focus groups and documentary analysis.
NHS Inquiries and the problem of culture. Unfunded research.
Reframing the study of dignity and safety in healthcare: exploring experiences of older adults, families and healthcare workers in acute and long-term care in the UK and the Netherlands. British Academy funding sought.
My teaching responsibilities in the medical degree programme include:
Problem Based Learning I am a PBL tutor for first year medical students and Director of the four year PBL programme.
Lectures, Workshops and Coursework I give lectures on social science aspects of 'Health, Culture and Society' to first, second and on Patient Safety and Qualitative Research Methods to third year medical students. For fourth year medical students, I am one of the coursework convenenors for Health, Culture and Society.
Special Study Modules I contribute to a study skills module in Year 1, in Year 2 I convene an SSM on 'Medicine and the Media' and in Year 3 I convene social science focused, student-led SSMs.
My research interests and collaborations have resulted in the following academic events:
Organisers: Dawn Goodwin, Maggie Mort and Lucy Suchman
Public Lecture and workshop with Jean Lave, Professor Emeritus, University of California at Berkeley
Workshop: Engaging with Apprenticeship in Critical Ethnographic Practice
23-24th November, 2011, Lancaster University
Organisers: Dawn Goodwin and Maggie Mort
Re-imagining Supervision: Reflections on experience, theory and policy
An interdisciplinary workshop in memory of Tracy Dryden
15th June, 2011, Lancaster University.
Sponsored by Centre for Science Studies and School of Health and Medicine
Organisers: Dawn Goodwin and Monika Buscher
Workshop: Ethnographies of diagnostic work
17-18th April, 2007, Lancaster University
Sponsored by Department of Sociology, Centre for Science Studies, Institute for Health Research, Department of Medicine, Palcom
PhD Supervision Interests
I would be interested in supervising social science (especially ethnographic) studies of healthcare work, and around issues of knowledge, evidence and practice.
Where have all the doctors gone? An ethnographic study to explore the retention problem in Emergency Medicine
01/10/2019 → 30/09/2021
Medical staffing of emergency departments: exploring the retention problem
01/10/2018 → 30/09/2021
Medical Staffing of Emergency Departments: Exploring the Retention Problem
01/09/2018 → 31/08/2021
NHS Inquiries and the problem of culture
01/10/2016 → …
What is a 'good anaesthetic? Producing evidence in complex settings: the case of fractured neck of femur.
01/10/2015 → 30/09/2018
Connections of Workplace Cultures, Patient Safety and Dignity
01/08/2014 → 19/12/2014
Learning about Bodies: Intersection of Technology, Morality, and Pedagogy
01/05/2012 → 22/12/2014
ITEMS - Identifying Trends in European Medical Space
01/06/2003 → 30/09/2006
Problem of Expertise in Anaesthesia
01/04/2000 → 01/03/2002
EASST / 4S
Participation in conference
- ISF Fellows 2019/20