I am a health professions education scientist with a particular interest in the tacit knowledge of health care practitioners, and practitioners' navigation of the systems in which they work. My overarching goal is to contribute to meaningful improvement in health professions education, practice, and ultimately health care. I formerly practiced as an educational audiologist and maintain my professional licensure as a clinical audiologist. I enjoy facilitating workshops, engaging in dialogue, and presenting on the topics listed below.
health professional education, tacit knowledge, reflective practice, professional socialization, interprofessional collaboration, written professional communication, educational audiology, integrated care for children with disabilities, professional issues in audiology, school-based management of auditory processing disorder, constructivist grounded theory, institutional ethnography, critical discourse analysis