Current doctoral research on the factors influencing midwifery educators when designing methods of assessment.
Best R, Coolin K (2021) Lockdown Learners: Student driven improvements to the digital experience. Presentation to Faculty E-Learning Special Interest group (FELSIG) Extra. 13th May 2021
Best R (2021) School of Education PGR Conference: Connecting, adapting and moving forward in education research. Conference host, 27th April, 2021. Member of School of Education PGR Conference Committee
Spendlove Z, Best R (2018) Innovation in assessment: Building student confidence in preparation for unfamiliar assessment methods. British Journal of Midwifery, Vol 26, No 3, pp 180-184
Best R (2017) The use of group debates to assess learning in healthcare education.
Abstract 194 in conference proceedings of the Royal College of Nursing Education Conference, Cardiff, 2017.
Best R, Nakielski KN (2015) Interprofessional case-note analysis – developing and enriching learning partnerships in practice.
Presentation at the Royal College of Nursing Education Forum National Conference and Exhibition, 10th March 2015, Nottingham, RCN
Best R (2014) Applied Biology in Midwifery Education – a meaningful bridge in the development of knowledgeable, skilled midwives
Abstract C341 in conference proceedings of the International Confederation of Midwives 30th Triennial Congress, Prague, ICM
Best R (2014) Applied Biology in Midwifery Education – a meaningful bridge in the development of knowledgeable, skilled midwives.
Concurrent presentation at the International Confederation of Midwives 30th Triennial Congress, 4th June, 2014, Prague, ICM
Best R, Ward S (2013) Interprofessional case-note analysis: working and learning together.
Presentation at the University of Nottingham, Interprofessional Practice Learning Team Conference, 6th June 2013, Nottingham