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Dr Jo Matthan
Pedagogical Perspectives on the Use of Technology within Medical Curricula: Moving Away from Norm Driven Implementation2019
Dr James Rammell
Dr Jo Matthan
Dr Lucy Bookless
Dr Craig Nesbitt
John Moss
et al.
Asynchronous Unsupervised Video-Enhanced Feedback As Effective As Direct Expert Feedback in the Long-Term Retention of Practical Clinical Skills: Randomised Trial Comparing 2 Feedback Methods in a Cohort of Novice Medical Students2018
Dr Clare Guilding
Dr Elsa Randles
Charan Thandi
Dr Jo Matthan
Making it work: the feasibility and logistics of delivering large-scale interprofessional education to undergraduate healthcare students in a conference format2018
Alexander Phillips
Dr Jo Matthan
Are anatomy learning outcomes taught at UK medical schools equitable and fit for purpose? A preliminary study.2017
Dr Clare Guilding
Dr Jo Matthan
Dr Elsa Randles
Charan Thandi
Are students accepting of an all-day interprofessional learning conference on antimicrobial stewardship and patient safety?2017
Alexander Phillips
Dr Jo Matthan
Dr Lucy Bookless
Dr Anantha Madhavan
Dr Anna Porter
et al.
Individualised Expert Feedback is Not Essential for Improving Basic Clinical Skills Performance in Novice Learners: A Randomized Trial2017
Dr Lucy Bookless
Alexander Phillips
Dr Jo Matthan
Dr Craig Nesbitt
Letter in response to Singh et al: A Randomized Controlled Study to Evaluate the Role of Video-based Coaching in Training Laparoscopic Skills2017
Dr Bethan Evans
Dr Jo Matthan
Alexander Phillips
Mapping medical school anatomy learning outcomes against the core anatomical syllabus to gauge anatomical knowledge: Medical students’ perspective2017
Dr Jo Matthan
Alexander Phillips
Participation in undergraduate cadaveric dissection facilitates self-directed learning and helps clinically correlate anatomy2017
Dr Iain Keenan
Dr Duncan Slater
Dr Jo Matthan
Social media: Insights for medical education from instructor perceptions and usage2017
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