Liverpool Skylilne

Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences

Dr Janice Harland

Dr Janice Harland

Telephone: 0151 231 2254


Journal article

Harland J. 2011. ' ... separated by a common language': reflections on reading Tony Harland and Stephen Rowland TEACHING IN HIGHER EDUCATION, 16 :451-455 >DOI >Link

Harland JC, Jones KO, reid JMV, Thayer T. 2009. Using Bloom's taxonomy to compare the relationship between examination questions and learning outcomes. Internatinal journal on information technologies and security, 3 :3-12

Harland JC, Jones KO, Reid JMV. 2009. Relationship between examination questions and Bloom's taxonomy FIE, >DOI

Harland JC, Pitt S. 2005. Factors affecting student choice of undergradaute research projects: staff and student perceptions Costley C. Bee-j, 5

Stober C, Clarke A, Mulvaney A, Harland J, Neithercut WD. 1994. Cholesterol and lipoprotein(a) as risk factors for coronary heart disease in elderly subjects. Br J Biomed Sci, 51 :114-118 >Link

Conference publication

Harland JC. 2006. Research by NHS Biomedical Scientists: a case study Costley C. The worker as researcher: UALL Workbased learning network :72-81

Jones KO, Reid JMV, Bartlett R. Relationship between examination questions and Bloom's Taxonomy. Proceedings of the 39th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference :1-6

Harland JC, Longla M, Eggington J. The relationship between serology, flow cytometry and molecular genetics in the detection of the weak D antigen in different patient groups Vox Sanguinis: international journal of transfusion medicine, ISBT 95 :172-172

Harland JC, White F, Sibbring J, taylor A. Characterisation of the deletion breakpoints in Familial Hypercholesterolaemia families with a common deletion of exons 2-6 of the LDLR gene CMGS 2011

Harland JC, Saunders V, Pitt S. What do 'straightforward' and 'challenging' mean to you? ISSOTL0

Harland JC, Jones K, Bartlett R, Reid J, Thayer T. Student interpretation of exam questions ISSOTL10

Harland JC, Cunningham J, Holmes D, Loweth A. A learning package to develop and assess employability of Bioscience students taking work placements Science Learning and teaching conference

Harland JC, Jones K, Bartlett R, Thayer T. Designing Out Opportunities for Plagiarism provides Educational Advantages 5th International Plagiarism Conference

Engagement & Impact

External collaboration:

Lead Collaborator: University of Brighton, Consortium of 5 University departments of Biomedical Science, evaluating the experience of students on coterminus degrees. initial report 2011

Membership of professional bodies:

Senior fellow, Higher Education Academy

member, Biochemical Society

Fellow, IBMS