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Samuel Edelbring

Title: Senior Lecturer School/office: School of Health Sciences

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Phone: +46 19 303893

Room: P2127

Samuel Edelbring
Research subject Research environments

About Samuel Edelbring

 

Samuel is pursuing research in health professions education. He holds a PhD in medical education from Karolinska Institutet (2012) and is Associate Professor (Docent) in medical education. His research interest concern clinical reasoning, interprofessional learning and students’ self-efficacy towards workplace-based learning.

He worked at Karolinska Institutet during 2001-2015, Karolinska University hospital 2013-2015 and Linköping university 2015-2018. At Karolinska Institutet he served at the board of doctoral education. The clinical skills and simulation centre (Clinicum) at Linköping University was awarded the international ASPIRE award for excellence in simulation during his academic leadership. He is currently strengthening health professions education development and research at Örebro University in the Medical Education group. He is one of the initiators of the European DID-ACT project on clinical reasoning and the Swedish PI in this consortium.

Supervision

As main supervisor has supervised one doctoral student to graduation, Anne Friman, Karolinska Institutet 2017, and is currently supervising Ruhija Hodza-Beganovic (see project Increasing professional awareness, below). Co-supervisor to Franziska Wagner, LMU, Germany and Sten Erici at Lund university.

Assignments

Samuel is Vice-dean for education at the Faculty of Medicine and Health.

Associate editor in BMC Medical Education and frequent reviewer in other health professions education journals.

Reference group member of Emergo Train System (ETS):

http:/www.emergotrain.com/

 

Publications

Articles in journals |  Articles, reviews/surveys |  Chapters in books |  Conference papers |  Doctoral theses, comprehensive summaries |  Reports | 

Articles in journals

Articles, reviews/surveys

Chapters in books

Conference papers

Doctoral theses, comprehensive summaries

Reports