Mario Veen is Assistant Professor Educational Research. He has a PhD in Discursive Psychology and Technology Assessment (2011) and a interdisciplinary background in philosophy, social science and the humanities.
Mario specializes in interdisciplinary approaches to educational research. His research focuses on achieving a balance between ‘technical’ and ‘human’ aspects of medical education: How can reflection contribute to education, without becoming a tick-box exercise that engenders ‘reflective zombies’?; How can we systematically examine unquantifiable phenomena such as empathy and professional identity development?; What competencies do GP residents need to critically assess the impact on patient care of future medical technology?
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- Certified Coversation Analytic Role-play Method (CARM) trainer
- Action editor of the Philosophy in Medical Education series of the journal Teaching and Learning in Medicine
Current research projects
- Exchange of Experiences in General Practitioners’ training: How can tutors enhance its value for trainees?
- How do residents reflect in practice? Building an evidence base for meaningful reflection education in General Practitioners' specialty training.
- Goed handelen als het moet: is er blijvend effect van scenario onderwijs in de spoedzorg? [Acting Adequately: Is there a lasting effect of scenario-based education in emergency care?]
- Shared decision making in diagnostic decisions: Developing clinical case based education to improve shared decision making in the general practitioners' vocational training.
- Supervised Collaborative Reflection during Primary Care Specialty Training: opening the black box.