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Mr Anthony Peacock

a.peacock [at] ucl.ac.uk
+44 (0)20 7288 3353

Mr Anthony Peacock

Work interests

I am a computer professional working in the field of Health Informatics with a special interest in the design, development and implementation of Computer Based Teaching Resources. I lead the Educational Computing Development Unit at CHIME, which has a very broad remit to research and develop the use of Informatics in supporting health education.

General

  • Educational objectives/needs
  • Good instructional design

Technical

  • Setting up and administrating email and internet services for our department.
  • Managing technical infrastructure for CHIME.
  • The use of Inter/Intranet techniques to support health education.
  • Authoring Tools & VLEs.
  • Digital video.
  • Maintainer of the HTML::Table perl module on CPAN.

Teaching

I am module tutor on the Clinical Information Systems and the Creating Online Educational Resources modules for the CHIME Postgraduate Programme in Health Informatics.

Publications

  • Peacock A, Carrier L. Moving teaching online; the challenges, pitfalls and techniques. UCL's Teaching & Learning Conference and Exhibition (TILT) 2008. (Presentation) Abstract - View video presentation.
  • Kelsey MC, Peacock A. The Internet, infection control, and world domination. Journal of Hospital Infection 1998;40:91-95.
  • Murphy J, Stramer K, Peacock A. Creating an Internet Resource to support education and training programmes in Health Informatics. In: Mantas J, ed. A Nightingale Perspective. IOS Press, 1998;195-198.
  • Murphy J, Stramer K, Peacock A, Ingram D. Designing, Implementing and Evaluating a Web site for Health Informatics. In: Richards B, ed. Current perspectives in Healthcare Computing. Weybridge: BJCH Books, 1998;189-199.
  • Tench CM, Clunie GPR, Dacre JE, Peacock A. An insight into rheumatology resources available on the World Wide Web. British Journal of Rheumatology 1998;37:1233-1236.
  • Murphy J, Peacock A, Ingram D, Stramer K. Building an Internet Site to Support Education and Training in Health Informatics. 1997;(Abstract)
  • Murphy J, Stramer K, Peacock A. Building an Internet Resource to Support Curriculum Development in Health Informatics. In: Sither A, ed. Learning Technology in Medical Education Conference. 1997;31-36.
  • Digital Video: What, When, Why? - CTI Centre for Medicine, 18-20 September 1995

Projects

  • The Medical Humanities Resource Database
  • The UCL Electronic Curriculum Map project (ECM)
  • Gateway to Health Informatics For Teaching (GHIFT)
  • UCL Clinical Research network
  • The Wellcome Trust Tropical Medical Resource - Programmer, Database development
  • The Anatomy Project
  • Marie Curie Cancer Care - Authoring Programmer
  • National Medical Slide Bank - Database Development

Postal address and contact information

Centre for Health Informatics & Multiprofessional Education
Royal Free & University College Medical School
University College London
4th Floor, Holborn Union Building
The Archway Campus
Highgate Hill
London
ENGLAND
N19 5LW

Phone: 020-7288-3353
Fax: 020-7288-3322 (Please mark FAO: Anthony Peacock)
E-mail: A.Peacock [at] ucl.ac.uk