April 4, 2019

Professor Lynn Mnorouxe

Lynn has a social science and educational background. She presently works as Associate Dean, for Work Integrated Learning, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney, Australia. She was previously Director of the Chang Gung Medical Education Research Centre [CG-MERC] in Taiwan, and started her career in medical education research at Peninsula Medical School, Universities of Exeter & Plymouth, UK (2003-2007). Lynn is principal and co-investigator for a programme of research examining healthcare students’ development of professional identities, experiences of workplace professionalism dilemmas, bedside teaching encounters, transitions into practice and mental wellbeing with national and international collaborators. Whilst at Cardiff University, UK, Lynn led on the largest video ethnographic study of bedside teaching encounters to date (43 separate BTEs across a range of healthcare settings totalling 937 mins of video data). She has over 100 peer reviewed book chapters and journal articles. She has recently co-authored the textbook Healthcare Professionalism: Improving Practice Through Reflections on Workplace Dilemmas. Lynn is deputy editor for the journals Medical Education and BMC Medical Education.