Dr Lisi Gordon

Lisi joined the University of Dundee as a Lecturer in Medical Education in August 2019. Prior to this she was an associate lecturer in the University of St Andrews School of Management. Lisi previously worked as  a post-doctoral research fellow at the Centre for Medical Education at the University of Dundee exploring doctors’ trainee-trained transitions. Lisi’s key areas of research and teaching interest are: healthcare leadership and leadership identity development; educational transitions; and equality, diversity and inclusion. She is interested in innovative research methodologies and has done projects using video-reflexive ethnography and longitudinal audio-diaries. Lisi gained her PhD in 2015 with a thesis entitled: ‘Conceptualising, narrating and enacting leadership in the inter-professional healthcare workplace: a study of complexity using qualitative methods’ and is principal and co-investigator for several research grants, most recently focused on doctors’ transitions and knowledge mobilisation in healthcare.