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Dr Ellen Tullo
Dr Luisa Wakeling
Professor Rose Gilroy
Involving older people in inclusive educational research2021
Dr Ellen Tullo
Dr Richard Dodds
Matt Birkbeck
Leena Habiballa
Professor Avan Sayer
et al.
Paving the translational ageing research pathway—training the next generation of researchers2021
Dr Ellen Tullo
Dr Luisa Wakeling
Impacts on older people contributing to an intergenerational course about aging2019
Dr Ellen Tullo
Professor Tony Young
Dr Daniel Smith
Dr Michaela Goodson
A Comparison of Medical Students’ Attitudes Toward People with Dementia across Three International Locations2018
Dr James Fisher
Dr Ellen Tullo
Dr Jane Stewart
Pejorative phrases or innocent idioms? Exploring terms used by tomorrow’s doctors in relation to older people2018
Dr Michaela Goodson
Professor Tony Young
Dr Ellen Tullo
University of Malaya Medical Students’ Views on Communication with Persons Living with Dementia2018
Professor Tony Young
Dr Ellen Tullo
Dr Alina Schartner
How transculturally appropriate is person-centred communication in the care people living with dementia? Perspectives of medical students in the UK and Malaysia.2017
Professor Tony Young
Dr Ellen Tullo
Dr Alina Schartner
Person-Centred communication and the care of people with dementia: exploring the perspectives of medical students in the UK and Malaysia.2017
Dr James Fisher
Dr Ellen Tullo
Twelve tips for teaching about patients with cognitive impairment2017
Emeritus Professor John Spencer
Dr Ellen Tullo
A systematic review of faculty development initiatives designed to enhance teaching effectiveness: A 10-year update: BEME Guide No. 402016
Professor Tony Young
Dr Alina Schartner
Dr Ellen Tullo
Intergroup and intercultural perspectives on communication and living with dementia2016
Dr Ellen Tullo
Dr Laura Greaves
Dr Luisa Wakeling
Involving older people in the design, development, and delivery of an innovative module on aging for undergraduate students2016
Professor Tony Young
Dr Ellen Tullo
Dr Richard Lee
Person-Centeredness, Culture and Communication in Dementia Care: An International Investigation of the Views of Medical Students2016
Professor Tony Young
Dr Ellen Tullo
Dr Alina Schartner
Person-Centred communication and the care of people living with dementia: exploring the perspectives of medical students in the UK and Malaysia2016
Dr Ellen Tullo
Dr Tien Khoo
Dr Andrew Teodorczuk
Preparing to meet the needs of an ageing population - A challenge to medical educators globally2015
Dr Ellen Tullo
Dr Richard Lee
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Dr Louise Allan
Why is dementia different? Medical students’ views about deceiving people with dementia2015
Dr Ellen Tullo
Professor Julia Newton
Comparing the perceptions of academics and members of the public about patient and public involvement in ageing research2014
Dr Ellen Tullo
Professor Tony Young
Medical students' attitudes towards people with dementia: an international investigation2014
Dr Ellen Tullo
Professor Tony Young
Medical students' attitudes towards people with dementia: An International survey2013
Alison Clapp
Dr Ellen Tullo
Dr Debbie Carrick-Sen
Professor Julia Newton
Emeritus Professor Barry Hirst
et al.
Responding to the Healthcare Needs of an Ageing Population: The Development of a Postgraduate Masters Course in Clinical Research2013
Dr Ellen Tullo
Teaching and learning about dementia in UK medical schools: a national survey2013
Dr Ellen Tullo
Choosing geriatrics: A systematic review examining geriatrics career choice in US and the UK2012
Dr Joanne Lally
Dr Ellen Tullo
Engaging older people in decisions about their healthcare: the case for shared decision making2012
Dr Ellen Tullo
Professor Julia Newton
Alison Clapp
What can e-learning offer geriatric medicine in the UK?2012
Professor Tony Young
Dr Ellen Tullo
Developing a carer communication intervention to support personhood and quality of life in dementia2011
Professor Tony Young
Dr Ellen Tullo
Optimizing communication between medical professionals and people living with dementia2011
Dr Ellen Tullo
Dr Louise Allan
What should we be teaching medical students about dementia?2011
Dr Ellen Tullo
Duke Ferdinand: patient or possessed? The reflection of contemporary medical discourse in John Webster's The Duchess of Malfi2010
Dr Ellen Tullo
Plague of Icy Breath: Cholera and the Gateshead Community 1831-18322010
Dr Ellen Tullo
Emeritus Professor John Spencer
Dr Louise Allan
Systematic review: Helping the young to understand the old. Teaching interventions in geriatrics to improve the knowledge, skills, and attitudes of undergraduate medical students2010
Dr Ellen Tullo
Trepanation and roman medicine: A comparison of osteoarchaeological remains, material culture and written texts2010