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Dr Madeline Carter

Senior Lecturer

Department: Psychology

Madeline’s research has investigated workplace bullying in the NHS, selection and professionalism in healthcare, training and learning, and the quality and delivery of medical education; often working in partnership with NHS organisations. She is particularly interested in developing and evaluating workplace bullying interventions. Her research draws on multiple approaches from organisational psychology, and seeks to shape policy and practice in the workplace.

Madeline was educated at the University of Cambridge and completed her MA and PhD at Rice University in Houston, Texas. Prior to taking a position at Northumbria University, she was a Senior Research Associate in the School of Medical Education at Newcastle University, Associate Director of the Centre for Medical Education Research at Durham University, Research Associate at the Northern Deanery, and a Consultant at Zeal Solutions.

Campus Address

Room 150 Northumberland Building
Northumbria University
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 8ST

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Evaluation of GMC Welcome to UK Practice, Kehoe, A., Rothwell, C., Hesselgreaves, H., Carter, M., Illing, J. 26 Jul 2019
  • How Does the Education and Training of Health and Social Care Staff Transfer to Practice and Benefit Patients? A Realist Approach, Illing, J., Corbett, S., Kehoe, A., Carter, M., Hesselgreaves, H., Crampton, P., Sawdon, M., Swamy, M., Finn, G., Medford, W., Ikah, D., Rothwell, C., Swan, L., Page, G., McLachlan, J., Tiffin, P. Feb 2019
  • Philosophical Research Perspectives and Planning your Research, Illing, J., Carter, M. 3 Dec 2018, Understanding Medical Education, Wiley-Blackwell
  • Supporting international graduates to success, Kehoe, A., Metcalf, J., Carter, M., Mclachlan, J., Forrest, S., Illing, J. Oct 2018, In: Clinical Teacher
  • Changing cultures, Carter, M. Jan 2017
  • Supporting international medical graduates’ transition to their host-country, Kehoe, A., McLachlan, J., Metcalf, J., Forrest, S., Carter, M., Illing, J. 1 Oct 2016, In: Medical Education
  • Workplace bullying: measurements and metrics to use in the NHS. Final Report for NHS Employers., Illing, J., Thompson, N., Crampton, P., Rothwell, C., Kehoe, A., Carter, M. Mar 2016
  • Measuring professionalism as a multi-dimensional construct, Carter, M., Hesselgreaves, H., Rothwell, C., Crampton, P., Burford, B., Mclachlan, J., Illing, J. Oct 2015
  • Workplace bullying in the NHS: Prevalence, impact and barriers to reporting, Carter, M., Thompson, N., Crampton, P., Morrow, G., Burford, B., Gray, C., Illing, J. 2015
  • Evaluation of a strategy to reduce the bullying and undermining of medical trainees, Carter, M., Thompson, N., Illing, J. 2014

PGR Supervision

Charlotte Emmerson Start: 01/10/2019


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