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My research interests include learning theories, teaching strategies, complexity science, interdisciplinary theorizing, socio-material learning theory, interprofessional health teamwork and action research. These wide-ranging interests emerged from a diverse (even confusing) background, which includes degrees in philosophy, law and education; practical experience in small business and educational software development; and finally, the wonderful opportunity of interviewing nearly 1,000 people from different occupational areas. I welcome the opportunity to collaborate with --and learn from-- grad students and colleagues from education and other disciplines
More productive ways to think about learning, knowledge and education.
In Medical Education, 50(11)
McMurtry, A. & McMurtry R.Y
In this article, we suggest ways of thinking about learning, knowing and education that transcend traditional and worn out notions of acquisition, transfer, objectivity and subjectivity.
Health Research, Practice and Education.
In The Oxford Handbook of Interdisciplinarity (2 ed.)
McMurtry M., Kilgour, K. N. & Rohse, S.
This chapter critically reviews the two fields of interdisciplinary health science research and the closely entwined areas of interprofessional healthcare practice and education.