Professor Anne-Marie Reid


Professor Anne-Marie Reid is currently Director for Student Education (Medical Undergraduate Programmes) in Leeds Institute of Medical Education. She has responsibility for leading pedagogic developments and scholarship in medical education, and is chair of the Researching Professional Learning Group. She is also a member of the Association for the Study of Medical Education (ASME) Research Committee. She has been appointed as an Education Visitor with the General Medical Council and has External Examiner appointments at the University of Cambridge and University of Dundee.

She was formerly Dean for Teaching and Learning at St George’s, University of London where she led the introduction of a new Virtual Learning Environment. Prior to this she was Project Lead for faculty and curriculum development on the TEMPUS MUMEENA project (2011-2015). This was a 1.3 million euro project with 13 stakeholders across 7 countries which successfully developed medical education provision. In a previous post (2001-2009) she had responsibility for nursing and helathcare programems and lled the development of new roles in healthcare in partnership with the NHS. This initiative won two national awards - the Times Higher Lifelong Learning Award (2006) and the Guardian Learning Partnerships (2007). She is a reviewer for a number of journals as well as ASME grants, awards and prizes.  She has a Doctorate in Education and is a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy






  • Director of Student Education (Medical Undergraduate Programmes)

Research interests

Professional and interprofessional education and training; Activity Theory and discourse. I lead the ASME Special Interest Group (SIG) in Researching Methodologies.



  • EdD
  • MEd
  • BDS
  • Cert Ed

Professional memberships

  • Principal Fellow of Advance HE (HEA)
  • ASME (Educational Research Committee)
  • AMEE (ASPIRE Award panel for Curriculum Development)
  • GMC (Education Visitor)

Student education

I have an educational leadership role as Director of Student Eductaion (DSE) for Medical Undergraduate programmes in connection with which I chair the Taught Student Education Committee.  I am a module on the intercalated BSc in Applied Health (Medical Education) I contribute to teaching on the PGCE and MSc in Clinical Education. I am a guest lecturer at the University of Oxford on the' Becoming a Clinical Educator' CPD course.

I supervise student projects at undergraduate and postgraduate level as well as supervising PhD students.

Research groups and institutes

  • Leeds Institute of Medical Education
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