Journal Articles

  1. & Support for Medical Students with Mental Health Problems: a Conceptual Model. Academic Psychiatry 39(1), 16-21.
  2. Drug and alcohol core competencies agreed by Royal Colleges.. BMJ 345
  3. & Be a good mentor. Education for Primary care 23(1)-58.
  4. & Learning contexts at Two UK medical schools: A comparative study using mixed methods. BMC Research Notes 5(1)
  5. & Overcoming the pull factor of convenient urban living: perceptions of rural general practice placements. Medical Teacher 33(4), e211-e217.
  6. & Some effects of teaching undergraduate medical students on general practitioner thinking and learning. Education for Primary Care 21(2), 97-104.
  7. & An evaluation of the sources and availability of careers advice in UK medical schools. British Journal of Hospital Medicine 70(10), 588-591.
  8. & Literature and medicine student selected components: what benefits are there for the tutors?. Education for Primary Care 18, 582-587.
  9. & Exploring students' perceptions on the use of significant event analysis, as part of a portfolio assessment process in general practice, as a tool for learning how to use reflective learning.. BM Medical Education 7(5)
  10. Introducing undergraduate medical teaching into general practice: an action research study. Medical Teacher 28(7), e192-e197.
  11. & Students' views of reflective learning techniques: an efficacy study an a UK medical school. Medical Education 40(4), 379-388.
  12. Evaluations and reflections on a medicine and literature special study module run by a university department of general practice. Medical Humanities 30(2), 98-100.
  13. & The impact of a learning diary: an evaluation using the nominal group technique. Medical Teacher 25(6), 659-661.
  14. & The dark side of the spectrum… a "day of suffering" for medical students. Medical Humanities 29, 43-45.
  15. & Conflict and coping strategies: a qualitative study of student attitudes to significant event analysis. Medical Education 37, 438-446.
  16. & How to pass on your expertise: a four-point approach to training physical examination skills in the outpatient setting. Diabetic Medicine 18(S4), 1-4.
  17. & What is a learning portfolio?. Diabetic Medicine 18(S1), 1-4.