We are delighted to have hosted and happy to share the recording of the launch of the book
Teaching, Research, Innovation and Public Engagement
edited by Ourania Varsou
with contributions by Richard T. Bellis and Jonathan Ives; Anna Batistatou, Maria Zoubouli, Maria Kapitopoulou, and Maria Syrrou; Irene Cambra-Badii, Griselda González-Caminal, Carmen Gomar-Sancho, Joel Piqué-Buisan, Elena Guardiola, and Josep E Baños; Josep E Baños, Irene Cambra-Badii, and Elena Guardiola; Theodora Tseligka; Marina Carpineti; Louise Mackenzie and Anna Olsson; Alastair S. Macdonald, Matthieu Poyade, Orla McCorry, Christopher Trace, and Mark Chambers; Phil McAleer, Mathilde Sijtsma, Leonie Schorrlepp, Graham Reid, Liam Brady, and Heather Cleland Woods; Gabrielle M. Finn and Megan E. L. Brown; Janet Philp and Joan Smith; Kirsty S. Ross and Clare Hoskins;Kirsty Earley and Ross McGregor
This volume is a unique compendium of professional and practical knowledge on new paradigms and approaches in Teaching, Research, Innovation and Public Engagement that is currently missing from the Higher Education market. The intended audience includes healthcare, biomedical and physical sciences discipline specialists active in teaching, along with their students, science communicators associated with the above subjects and academics involved in relevant research/innovation. Its contents will be organised under the following three themes: 1)Scholarship of Teaching and Learning discussing pertinent knowledge, in this area, and inspiring educators to pursue similar medical humanities endeavours. The focus is on pedagogy/teaching including professional knowledge/expertise, reflections, literature reviews and evidence on a wide range of medical, biomedical and physical sciences topics interweaved with humanities. 2) Research and Innovation discussing novel work and paradigms as examples for future use/implementation. The focus is firstly on original research utilising cutting-edge technology and secondly on innovation with discussions around poetry and building communities. 3) Public Engagement discussing relevant science communication paradigms transferable to other settings and applications. The focus is on practical knowledge and examples from a wide range of healthcare and biomedical sciences topics interweaved with humanities while also exploring the hidden curriculum of public engagement and heritage practices through the lens of equality, diversity and inclusion. All chapter authors are renowned experts in their respective fields, who bring together a wealth of professional and practical knowledge, enriching the narrative of this edited book volume.
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