Turner, Sandra.,Chan, Ming-Ka.,McKimm, Judy.,Dickson, Graham. & Shaw, Timothy. (2018). Discipline-specific competency-based curricula for leadership learning in medical specialty training. Leadership in Health Services 31(2), 152-166.
Al-Shaikh, Ghadeer K..,Al-Madi, Ebtissam M..,Masood, Jazba.,Shaikh, Quratulain.,Syed, Sadiqa B..,Bader, Rima S.. & McKimm, Judy. (2018). Interprofessional learning experiences: Exploring the perception and attitudes of Saudi Arabian medical and dental students. Medical Teacher, 1-6.
McKimm, Judy.,Mclean, Michelle.,Gibbs, Trevor. & Pawlowicz, Ewa. (2018). Sharing stories about medical education in difficult circumstances: Conceptualizing issues, strategies, and solutions. Medical Teacher, 1-8.
McKimm, Judy.,Vogan, Claire. & Mannion, Hester. (2017). Implicit leadership theories and followership informs understanding of doctors' professional identity formation: A new model. The Asia-Pacific Scholar 2(2)
Lawrenson, R.,Town, I.,Strasser, R.,Strasser, S.,McKimm, J.,Tapsell, R. & Murray, N. (2017). The proposal for a third medical school in New Zealand: A community-engaged graduate entry medical program. New Zealand Medical Journal 130
McKimm, Judy.,Mannion, Hester. & Vogan, Claire. (2016). Implicit Leadership Theories and Followership Informs Understanding of Doctors' Professional Indemnity Formation: A New Model. Medical Education 50, 5-33.
McKimm, Judy.,Coupe, Bryony.,Edwards, Luke.,Gibson, Russell.,Morgan, Holly.,Paramore, Louise. & Ramcharn, Meera. (2015). Every ward is a ‘Nut Island’? Preventing good health-care teams ‘going bad’. British Journal of Hospital Medicine 76(8), 478-482.
Edwards, S.L..,Sergio Da Silva, A.L..,Rapport, F.L..,McKimm, J.. & Williams, R.. (2015). Recruitment of doctors to work in 'our hinterland': first results from the Swansea Graduate Entry Programme in Medicine. Rural and remote health 15
Michael, Preston-Shoot. & Judy, McKimm. (2013). Exploring UK medical and social work students’ legal literacy: comparisons, contrasts and implications. Health & Social Care in the Community 21(3), 271-282.
Moneypenny, Michael J.,Guha, Arpan.,Mercer, Simon J.,O'Sullivan, Helen. & McKimm, Judy. (2013). Don't follow your leader: challenging erroneous decisions. British Journal of Hospital Medicine 74(12), 687-690.
Swanwick, T. & Mckimm, J. (2012). Clinical leadership development requires system-wide interventions, not just courses.. The Clinical Teacher (accepted for publication, 20 September 2011), 2011. 9, 89-93.
Shulruf, B.,Li, M.,McKimm, J. & Smith, M. (2012). Breadth of knowledge vs. grades: What best predicts achievement in the first year of health sciences programmes?. Journal of Educational Evaluation for Health Professions 9, 7
Preston-Shoot, M.McKimm, J.Kong, W. & Smith, S. (2011). Readiness for legally literate medical practice? Student perceptions of their undergraduate medico-legal education. Journal of Medical Ethics 37(10), 616-622.
Sivan, M. & Mckimm, J. (2011). Can an understanding of Transactional Analysis improve clinical supervision in postgraduate medical training? The trainees’ perspective.. British Journal of Hospital Medicine 72((1)), 520-524.
Barrow, M.McKimm, J. & Gasquoine, S. (2011). The policy and the practice: early-career doctors and nurses as leaders and followers in the delivery of health care. Advances in Health Sciences Education 16(1), 17-29.
Wilkinson, T.Weller, J.McKimm, J.O’Connor, B.Pinnock, R.Poole, P.Sheehan, D.Tweed, M. & Wearn, A. (2010). Programmatic research in medical education: a national collaboration. New Zealand Medical Journal 123((1318)), 24-33.
Poole, P.Bagg, W.O’Connor, B.A.,, D.McKimm, J.Meredith, K.Shulruf, B. & Reid, P. (2010). The Northland Regional-Rural programme (Pūkawakawa): broadening medical undergraduate student learning in New Zealand.. Journal of Rural and Remote Health, Jan-Mar 2010 10((1)), 1254
Tom, Crichlow. (2010). Book Reviews Clinical Teaching Made Easy: a practical guide to teaching and learning in clinical settings Judy McKimm , Tim Swanwick Quay Books 2010 Price: £22.99 . Pp 246 ISBN: 978 185642 4080. British Journal of Hospital Medicine 71(12), 716-716.
Wilkinson, T.J..,Weller, J.M..,McKimm, J..,O'Connor, B.J..,Pinnock, R.E..,Poole, P.J..,Sheehan, D..,Tweed, M.J.. & Wearn, A.M.. (2010). Programmatic research in New Zealand medical education: A national collaboration. New Zealand Medical Journal 123
Poole, P..,Bagg, W..,O'Connor, B..,Dare, A..,McKimm, J..,Meredith, K..,Shulruf, B.. & Reid, P.. (2010). The Northland Regional-Rural program (Pūkawakawa): broadening medical undergraduate learning in New Zealand.. Rural and remote health 10
Muircroft, W.McKimm, J.William, L. & MacLeod, R. (2010). A New Zealand perspective on palliative care for maori. Journal of Palliative Care, Spring 2010, vol./is. 26/1(54-58), 0825-8597 (Spring 2010) 26((1)), (54-58).
Swanwick, T.McKimm, J. & Clarke, R. (2010). Introducing a professional development framework for postgraduate medical supervisors in secondary care: considerations, constraints and challenges. Postgraduate Medical Journal 86(1014), 203-207.
Mckimm, J.Rankin, R.Poole, P.Swanwick, T. & Barrow, M. (2009). Developing medical leadership: a comparative review of approaches in the UK and New Zealand. The International Journal of Leadership in Public Services 2009 5((3)), 10-24.
Mckimm, J.Byrne, A. & Davies, H. (2009). Multisource Feedback assessment of Medical Students’ professionalism: who should be involved, when and how?. International Journal of Clinical Skills 3((3)), 125-133.
McKimm, J.Millard, L. & Held, S. (2008). Leadership, Education and Partnership: Project LEAP — Developing Regional Educational Leadership Capacity in Higher Education and Health Services through Collaborative Leadership and Partnership Working. The International Journal of Leadership in Public Services 4(4), 24-38.
McKimm, Judy.,Sergio, Ana.,Edwards, Suzanne.,Greenhill, Jennene. & Taylor, Celia. (2015). Gender, Careers and Inequalities in Medicine and Medical Education: International Perspectives. (Women and Leadership in Medicine and Medical Education: International Perspectives). : Emerald Group Publishing Limited.