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Publications and Presentations

Publications

2017 conference presentations

Kumar, S, Parekh, R, Tank, A, Using longitudinal learning to support the transformation from student to apprentice. Medical Innovations Summit 2017. Royal Society of Medicine, London.

Kumar, S, McKeown, A, Parekh, R, Tanna, S, Using longitudinal learning to support the transformation from student to apprentice. Education Day 2017, Imperial College

McKeown, A, Parekh, R, Simpkin, A, From Medical Student to Student Doctor- A Global Perspective of Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships. 2017 Society of Academic Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge

McKeown, A, Parekh, R, Inspiring commissioners of the future: A unique teaching session for Year 5 medical students to learn about and experience commissioning in the NHS. 2017 Society of Academic Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge

Hayhoe, B., Verma, A., Kumar, S.  Shared Medical Appointments. British Medical Journal. 2017;358:j4034

Simpkin AL, McKeown AM, Parekh R, Kumar S, Tudor-Williams G. A novel Integrated Clinical Apprenticeship: transforming medical students into student doctors. Education for Primary Care. 2017 Sep;28(5):288-290

McKeown A, Parekh R. Longitudinal integrated clerkships in the community. Education for Primary Care. 2017 May;28(3):185-187

Kumar, S, Parekh, R, Tank, A, Using longitudinal learning to support the transformation from student to apprentice. Medical Innovations Summit 2017. Royal Society of Medicine, London.

 

Kumar, S, McKeown, A, Parekh, R, Tanna, S, Using longitudinal learning to support the transformation from student to apprentice. Education Day 2017, Imperial College

 

McKeown, A, Parekh, R, Simpkin, A, From Medical Student to Student Doctor- A Global Perspective of Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships. 2017 Society of Academic Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge

 

McKeown, A, Parekh, R, Inspiring commissioners of the future: A unique teaching session for Year 5 medical students to learn about and experience commissioning in the NHS. 2017 Society of Academic Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge

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
  • Parekh, R, What are first year medical students’ perceptions of a career as a General Practitioner?2016 International Conference in Primary Care & Person Centred Medicine, Imperial College London
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  • Parekh, R, Which areas of biomedical science teaching in an undergraduate medical curriculum are most important to practising. 2016 Trainees in the Association for the Study of Medical Education National Conference.

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