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Professor Jan Illing
Dr Sally Corbett
Dr Madeline Carter
Dr Amelia Kehoe
Dr Hannah Hesselgreaves
et al.
How does the education and training of health and social care staff lead to patient benefit? A realist synthesis. Interim report for the Department of Health.2017
Dr Hannah Hesselgreaves
The Clinical effectiveness of Individual behaviour change interventions to reduce risky sexual behaviour after a negative human immunodeficiency virus test in men who have sex with men: systematic and realistic reviews and intervention development2017
Dr Hannah Hesselgreaves
Dr Kalipso Chalkidou
The Value of Health Technology Assessment: a mixed methods framework [version 1; not peer reviewed]2017
Dr Hannah Hesselgreaves
Unpredictable working time, wellbeing and health in the police service2017
Professor Jan Illing
Professor John McLachlan
Dr Hannah Hesselgreaves
Dr Paul Crampton
Dr Madeline Carter
et al.
A realist synthesis of the evidence linking education and training to patient benefit2016
Professor Jan Illing
Dr Sally Corbett
Dr Madeline Carter
Dr Hannah Hesselgreaves
Dr Amelia Kehoe
et al.
Education Outcomes Framework: Developing indictors and the evidence base. Interim Report for the Department of Health2016
Dr Paul Tiffin
Dr Hannah Hesselgreaves
Professor John McLachlan
Predictive validity of the UKCAT for medical school undergraduate performance: a national prospective cohort study2016
Dr Madeline Carter
Dr Hannah Hesselgreaves
Dr Charlotte Rothwell
Dr Paul Crampton
Dr Bryan Burford
et al.
Measuring professionalism as a multi-dimensional construct: Professionalism and Conscientiousness in Healthcare Professionals- study 2. Final report for the HCPC.2015
Professor Jan Illing
Professor John McLachlan
Dr Hannah Hesselgreaves
Dr Paul Crampton
Dr Paul Tiffin
et al.
The Education Outcomes Framework: Interim report for the Department of Health.2015
Dr Hannah Hesselgreaves
ADRIC: Adverse Drug Reactions In Children – a programme of research using mixed methods2014
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