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Newly qualified doctors’ perceptions of informal learning from nurses: implications for interprofessional education and practice (2013)
Journal Article

Newly qualified doctors spend much of their time with nurses, but little research has considered informal learning during that formative contact. This article reports findings from a multiple case study that explored what newly qualified doctors felt... Read More about Newly qualified doctors’ perceptions of informal learning from nurses: implications for interprofessional education and practice.

Evidence Synthesis on the occurrence, causes, consequences, prevention and management of bullying and harassing behaviours to inform decision-making in the NHS (2013)
Report

Workplace bullying is a persistent problem in the NHS with negative implications for individuals, teams, and organisations. Bullying is a complex phenomenon and there is a lack of evidence on the best approaches to manage the problem. Aims: Research... Read More about Evidence Synthesis on the occurrence, causes, consequences, prevention and management of bullying and harassing behaviours to inform decision-making in the NHS.

Perceptions of UK medical graduates' preparedness for practice: A multi-centre qualitative study reflecting the importance of learning on the job (2013)
Journal Article

Background: There is evidence that graduates of different medical schools vary in their preparedness for their first post. In 2003 Goldacre et al. reported that over 40% of UK medical graduates did not feel prepared and found large differences betwee... Read More about Perceptions of UK medical graduates' preparedness for practice: A multi-centre qualitative study reflecting the importance of learning on the job.

The impact of the Working Time Regulations on medical education and training : Literature review. Report for the General Medical Council (2012)
Report

This report presents the findings of primary research that aimed to evaluate the possible effects of the Working Time Regulations (1998; the WTR) on postgraduate medical education and training across the UK. It follows a literature review conducted a... Read More about The impact of the Working Time Regulations on medical education and training : Literature review. Report for the General Medical Council.

Does questionnaire-based patient feedback reflect the important qualities of clinical consultations? Context, benefits and risks (2011)
Journal Article

Objective: To explore perceptions of clinical consultations and how they relate to questionnaire-based patient feedback. Methods: Telephone interviews with 35 junior doctors and 40 general practice patients who had used the Doctors’ Interpersonal Ski... Read More about Does questionnaire-based patient feedback reflect the important qualities of clinical consultations? Context, benefits and risks.

How prepared are medical graduates to begin practice? A comparison of three diverse UK medical schools. Final report to GMC April 2008 (2008)
Report

The GMC commissioned research to explore the extent to which different medical schools prepare their medical graduates for the workplace by studying the experiences and perceptions of graduates at three medical schools which differ in curriculum and/... Read More about How prepared are medical graduates to begin practice? A comparison of three diverse UK medical schools. Final report to GMC April 2008.