Mrs Elizabeth Davison

  • Research Assistant, Centre for Interprofessional Practice
    IPL1 Co-ordinator, Centre for Interprofessional Practice
  • Associate Tutor, School of Health Sciences 
  • Telephone: +44 (0)1603 59 1219


    Location: Norwich Medical School, Room, 1.07A


  • First Class Honours Degree in History (UEA)
  • MA in Early Modern History (UEA)

Research interests

  • Impact of IPL on interprofessional teamworking
  • Impact of IPL on patient care 
  • Impact of IPL on working with people living with dementia


Elizabeth is a Research Assistant and Co-ordinator of the interprofessonal learning module (IPL1) within the Centre for Interprofessional Practice (CIPP).  She develops and delivers the IPL1 programme to pre-registration, first year healthcare students. She is currently involved in the development of an educational pilot which will look more closely at communication difficulties.  Students who have taken part in IPL1 in 2016/17 will be invited to take part.  Successful completion of the pilot will enable students to obtain a certificate that recognises their achievement of the Health Education England Tier 1 Dementia Education Learning Outcomes, in working with people living with dementia.

Elizabeth joined UEA in 2001 as PA to the Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the Health and Professional Group. In 2004 she moved to work full-time as Centre Assistant in the Centre for Interprofessional Practice, becoming a Research Assistant in 2012.  She became IPL1 Co-ordinator in 2013 and In the same year also obtained a First Class Honours Degree in History and commenced an MA in Early Modern History, graduating in 2016.

Elizabeth is looking to further her involvement and engagement with students by developing her teaching skills and is currently taking part in the MA-HEP programme.