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Publications and Presentations

Publications

2016 conference presentations

National

  • Henniker-Major, R., Metters, E., Kumar, S., and Newth, A. Feeling valued? A study to explore the factors that influence GP teachers’ sense of value. ASME Conference, Edinburgh
  • Keeling, E., Gunning, E., Mountjoy, S., Meinert, E., Bennie, T., Metters, E. and Kumar, S. The Virtual Toddler: A comparison of blended learning using a virtual simulated patient, eLearning, and traditional didactic teaching of paediatric development to undergraduate medical students. ASME Conference, Edinburgh

Regional

  • Browning, N. 'A description of how peer to peer and experiential learning transformed a clinical reasoning teaching session'. 2016 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Harris, J. and Lupton, M. Medical students’ attitudes towards a career in primary care: a survey of final year students. 2016 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Henniker-Major, R., Metters, E., Kumar, S., and Newth, A. Feeling valued? A study to explore the factors that influence GP teachers’ sense of value. 2016 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Herbert, R., and Day, G. A new community health inequalities module with arts-based reflection. 2016 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Keeling, E., Gunning, E., Mountjoy, S., Meinert, E., Bennie, T., Metters, E. and Kumar, S. The Virtual Toddler: A comparison of blended learning using a virtual simulated patient, eLearning, and traditional didactic teaching of paediatric development to undergraduate medical students. 2016 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Muir, E and Asif, U. Working with students to make feedback more helpful. 2016 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Newth, A. The ‘windows method’ for student consultation skills: GP tutors’ experiences on a new method of giving feedback. 2016 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Salijevska, J., Mountjoy, S., McKeown, A., Newth, A., Kumar, S., and Alam, A. Tomorrow’s Leaders. Novel simulated commissioning session for Year 5 medical students: does it improve their knowledge and attitudes about leadership– a questionnaire study. 2016 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Sherif, J., Easton, G. and Kumar, S. Using arts-based observational skills training, modelling and simulation to teach clinical observation in dermatology 2016 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Yeung, E., Foell, J. and Herbert, R. ‘Society and Health’: the ugly duckling course redesigned with students as partners. 2016 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge

2015 conference presentations

Regional

  • Easton, G, Kumar, S, Chouhan P. Teaching medical students about cancer care in the community: evaluation of an interactive multi-professional workshop. 2015 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Stewart, T, Easton, G, Kumar, S. Medical students’ perceptions of a new video about general practice as a career: a focus-group study. 2015 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Saini, S. Transition and its consequences to medical students undergoing it, when starting clinical training: a qualitative enquiry. 2015 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Openshaw, M. Day, G. ‘In Loving Memory’: the role of sentimental objects in childhood bereavement. 2015 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge [STUDENT PRIZE WINNER]
  • McKeown A, Williams G, Barquero E, Chellappah M, Easton G, Kumar S. A new inter-professional, student-led, health coaching project in the community. 2015 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Mountjoy S, Sutaria S, Kumar S. Facilitating leadership skills and team working in undergraduate medical students through a GP based Dermatology Service Design Challenge. 2015 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Powell S. Evaluation of a ‘Stop and Think’ Framework that aims to motivate medical students to reflect in their clinical practice to develop their diagnostic reasoning skills. 2015 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Idowu Y, Muir E, Easton G. Working together with students: an evaluation of a new approach to Problem-Based Learning – students’ perceptions of writing cases and team assessment 2015 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Keeling E, Car J et al. Learners, teachers and institutions’ perceptions of eLearning for undergraduate health professional education: a systematic review. 2015 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge

2014 conference presentations

International/National

  • Easton, G. 2014. The use of stories in medicine and medical education. King’s Fund Conference: Transforming patient and staff experience: the power of narrative, case histories and numbers. King’s Fund.
  • Herbert RJ, 2014, Education session: Expanding Understanding and Depth of knowledge of Transplantation; a Proposal to Extend a First Year Patient Attachment Course to Five Years, BTS Annual Congress February 2014- Joint ESOT/BTS
  • K Chin-Goh, G Day, R Herbert. Poetry in Medical education: Enhancing the student- teacher relationship. Poetry in Medicine Conference May 2014 London
  • Harris, J. “Using foundation doctors to teach communications skills to final year medical students: An evaluation study” Poster presented at ASME conference Brighton, July 2014.
  • Kumar S. Dangerous ideas: “Survival of the sickest: An innovative pilot in primary care, using health coaching by nursing and medical students to reduce the burden on acute services.” SAPC National Conference, Edinburgh 2014
  • Easton G. Research into narratives in medical education: the story so far. Presentation to Special Interest Group (Medical Education Research). SAPC National Conference, Edinburgh 2014
  • houhan P. Teaching medical students about cancer care in the community with an interactive multi-professional workshop. Poster presentation. RCGP Annual Conference 2014

Regional

  • Rizvi M, Easton G, Majeed A. Mapping teaching activity within general practice in North West London. Poster presentation. London Academic Foundation Programme Symposium 2014
  • 2014 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge: Detailed abstracts  [Password sapcguest; login sapcguest]
  • Dixon F, Davidson H. Usage and Documentation of Chaperones for Intimate Examinations in a General Practice Setting 2014 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Chellappah M, Medical students’ attitudes towards general practice and factors affecting career choice: a questionnaire study. 2014 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Harris, J. Using foundation doctors to teach communication skills to final year medical students : An evaluation study. 2014 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Powell S. The development of a new clinical reasoning workshop to promote reflection in Year 6 GP students. 2014 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Barquero E, Easton G. Two’s company? Students’ perceptions of attending their GP attachment as part of a pair rather than on their own. 2014 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Muir E, Easton G. PATAB: patient feedback about student’s professional behaviour - evaluation of a pilot questionnaire using iPads. 2014 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Stewart T, Easton G, Kumar S. Harnessing the power of role models in a video: from theory to practice. 2014 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge

2013 conference presentations

International/National

  • Harris, J. Tam, H. Faber, B. Mason, S. Salooja N. (July 2013) ”Using Knowles theoretical principles of adult learning to design a clinical skills session for medical students” Poster presented at ASME conference Edinburgh, July 2013.
  • B. Sandhu, P.Herbert, V. Papalois, R. Herbert.. A Novel Use of the MDT Team to Increase Awareness of Renal Failure and Transplantion and Their Implications in Medical Students. ESOT October 2013 Vienna

Regional

  • Chellappah M, Stratford-Martin J. What do foundation year doctors think about a career in general practice? A pilot questionnaire study 2013 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Daniels M. A new Special Choice Module in Aviation Medicine. e-Poster. 2013 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Parekh R, Stratford-Martin J. The relevance of early years science teaching to practising clinicians.e-poster. 2013 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Parekh R. Smith S, Easton G. The development of a new medical education ethics committee application process. e-poster. 2013 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Vasistha A, Brown R, Easton G. Foundation doctors’ attitudes to GP experiences in their training. e-poster. 2013 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge

2012 conference presentations

International/National

  • Easton G. “How medical teachers use stories to teach medical students: a qualitative study”. Association for the Study of Medical Education [ASME] Researching Medical Education Conference, London November 2012

Regional

  • Herbert R, Collins C, 2012, Plenary abstract: Evaluation of a new patient narrative session: impact on early professional identity in first year medical students, 2012 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Navaratnam A, Naik M, Muir E, Easton G. Patient and Team Assessment of Behaviour (PATAB) of undergraduate medical students: a new tool to aid professional development. 2012 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Sani S, Stephenson R. The use of internet teaching resources by general practice teachers: evaluation and implications. 2012 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Stratford-Martin J, Newth A. A new integrated 5th year course in GP and oncology – lessons from the frontline. 2012 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Herbert R, Collins C, Thapar A. “Spotlight”: description of a novel approach to teaching communication skills. 2012 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Metters E, Baudains C, Booton P, Easton G. Choice of educational resources by medical students for personal study during attachments in primary care. 2012 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Easton G. How do doctors use stories to teach medical students? A pilot observational study. 2012 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge
  • Booton P. “Take a dietary history”: but what is it and how do you teach it? 2012 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge

2010 conference presentations

International

  • Easton G. Bailey A. Speed dating: a novel approach to teaching about multidisciplinary teams. Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE). Conference Glasgow 2010

Other educational publications and presentations