Eleri Clissold, MD
Quality Improvement Fellow
Dr Eleri Clissold graduated from King’s College London in 2013 having completed her undergraduate medical degree and a BSc in medical sociology. She then undertook the Academic Foundation Programme at University Hospital Southampton, England. This two year National Institute of Health Research programme saw her gain competencies in both clinical practice and clinical research. The focus of her research was the treatment of anaemia and transfusion medicine.
Eleri was our inaugural Medical Education Fellow (Postgraduate) in 2016 with a focus curricular design and enhancing the educational experience of prevocational doctors.
She continued on as our Quality Improvement Fellow working with Sasha Kljakovic work to develop and trial the use of Virtual Reality (VR) to train junior doctors how to cope with common emergency scenarios. She also joined the Safety in Practice programme for Waitemata and Auckland DHBs as the Urgent Care Clinical Lead alongside our other fellows Diana Phone as the Pharmacy Clinical Lead, and Dr Lisa Eskildsen as the GP Clinical Lead.
Virtual Reality Immerse Medical Training:
- CLEVRER Immerse Research Proposal
- VR Training [Poster]
- VR Immerse Medical Virtual Reality Training Update May 2017
Post Graduate Year 2 Programme:
- Developing of PGY2 Teaching Programme [Poster]
- eCampaigns: Transforming Medical Education for Doctors [Poster]
- Medical Education Fellow - Prevocational YE Report 2016
- PGY2 Curriculum for Facilitators