Dr Orsini is a research fellow at the teaching and learning center of the University of Chile and a doctoral candidate in health professions education at the University of Glasgow. He obtained his DDS degree from the University Andrés Bello subsequently completing his master degree in education at the University Del Desarrollo, both in Chile. He is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy and Fellow of the Recognizing Excellence in Teaching Scheme from the University of Glasgow. He maintains an active dental education research portfolio in collaboration with British, Spanish, Japanese, and Chilean scholars, currently oriented towards academic motivation and behaviour change. He has authored a number of papers published in several health professions education journals and regularly presents his work at international conferences. He approaches his work to make a significant contribution to the field of dental education scholarship, ensuring that practitioners of the future are critical thinkers who provide high quality, patient-centered care.
Health Professions Education: Dental and Medical Education, Academic Motivation, Curriculum Development, Innovation in Higher Education, Social Media in Higher Education. Dental Public Health: Practitioner-Patient relationship, Behaviour Change, Self-determination.