BSc (Hons), PGCE, MSc, PhD
Associate Dean Quality and Academic Standards
School of Medicine
University of Dundee, UK
Susie Schofield started work in project managing in the financial sector in London. This led to an interest in training and education, and she completed a PGCE at Cambridge University in 1991. Moving to Dundee in 1999, she studied for a masters in applied computing, which she combined with a 3-year research assistant post on a European-funded eLearning project. This was followed by a PhD in the School of Education at Dundee.
She joined the Centre for Medical Education (CME) at Dundee in 2006 as Staff Development Officer, supporting NHS doctors involved in the undergraduate medical curriculum in their educational role. Appointed eLearning academic lead in 2009 on the Masters of Medical Education programme, she led the move of the paper-based course to online.
She is a member of senate and the University subcommittees for Equality and Diversity, the PGCAPHE and the Consumer Protection Act. She represents the University on the SHED (Scottish Higher Education Developers) group and continues to work closely with NES (NHS Education Scotland) Tayside.
As Associate Dean for Quality and Academic Standards within the School of Medicine, she ensure that local practices and policies support an excellent student experience and that the School’s approach to quality and the setting and maintaining of academic standards is aligned with University policies and strategies. As co-chair the School’s Quality in Learning and Teaching (QiLT) Committee she is an active member of the University team responsible for the institutional oversight of quality and academic standards, informing policy, and ensuring School personnel and process are updated accordingly.
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