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Dr Iain Keenan
Emily Green
Dr Hannah Swainson
Kayleigh Scotcher
Dr Meenakshi Swamy
et al.
Rapid and medium-term adaptations to Covid-19: Insights from an undergraduate medical programme2022
Pamela White
Dr Meenakshi Swamy
Dr Debra Patten
Daniel Saleh
An anatomical appraisal of dynamic muscle transfer of the orbicularis oculi muscle2021
Dr Meenakshi Swamy
Role of clinically relevant anatomy teaching in undergraduate medical education2021
Dr Emma Saunders
Dr Meenakshi Swamy
Student and educator perceptions of a digital 3D anatomy learning resource2021
Dr Sam Munro
Dr Meenakshi Swamy
An unusual accessory infrahyoid muscle: a cadaveric study2020
Marco Raditya
Dr Meenakshi Swamy
Unilateral partial absence of rectus abdominis muscle and variations of the abdominal vasculature: a cadaveric study.2020
Dr Meenakshi Swamy
Sinead McCaughey
Anatomy teaching with DICOM image viewer on iPad as an adjunct to medical students.2019
Melissa Gough
Dr Gavin Clowry
Dr Meenakshi Swamy
Surash Surash
Anterior transcallosal approach to the lateral ventricle: A cadaveric study comparing an innovative approach using a minimally invasive port-assisted device with a standard retractor technique2019
Dr Meenakshi Swamy
Workshop on Clinical Anatomy Education2019
Dr Meenakshi Swamy
Workshop on Improving Medical Education with Innovative Ultrasound2019
Dr Hannah Hesselgreaves
Dr Meenakshi Swamy
Dr Amelia Kehoe
Emerita Professor Jan Illing
Evaluating the effectiveness of educational interventions for patient benefit: The development of reporting guidelines2018
Professor Jan Illing
Dr Sally Corbett
Dr Amelia Kehoe
Dr Madeline Carter
Dr Hannah Hesselgreaves
et al.
How does the education and training of health and social care staff transfer to practice and benefit patients? A realist approach. Final Report for Department of Health2018
Emerita Professor Jan Illing
Dr Sally Corbett
Dr Amelia Kehoe
Dr Madeline Carter
Dr Hannah Hesselgreaves
et al.
How does the education of health and social care staff lead to patient benefit: a realist synthesis2018
David Hamilton
Dr Meenakshi Swamy
Pattern of spread of injectate following erector spinae plane block in human cadavers: preliminary findings2018
Dr Meenakshi Swamy
Sinead McCaughey
Anatomy teaching with DICOM image viewer on iPad as an adjunct to Phase I medical students2017
Dr Meenakshi Swamy
Clinically most relevant aspects of anatomy in current obstetrics and gynecology practice for teaching medical students2017
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
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
Dr Meenakshi Swamy
Clinically oriented anatomy teaching to maximise second year medical students learning experience2016
Dr Meenakshi Swamy
Does current provision of undergraduate education prepare UK medical students in ENT? A systematic literature review2016
Dr Meenakshi Swamy
Does current provision of undergraduate education prepare UK medical students in ENT? A systematic literature review2016
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 Meenakshi Swamy
Dr Marina Sawdon
Dr Andrew Chaytor
First-year medical students' perceptions of using SimMan® in clinical skills examination session2016
Professor Jan Illing
Dr Sally Corbett
Professor John McLachlan
Dr Paul Crampton
Dr Paul Tiffin
et al.
How can we enhance the transfer of learning into practice?2016
Professor Jan Illing
Professor John McLachlan
Dr Paul Crampton
Dr Paul Tiffin
Dr Sally Corbett
et al.
How does learning transfer to practice to improve patient safety, clinical effectiveness and the patient's experience?2016
Dr Meenakshi Swamy
Pamela White
Clinical vignettes improve performance in anatomy practical assessment2015
Dr Meenakshi Swamy
Dr Roger Searle
Evaluation of body painting as a learning gap in anatomy and clinical examination session2015
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 Meenakshi Swamy
Professor John McLachlan
A Delphi consensus study to identify current clinically most valuable orthopaedic anatomy components for teaching medical students2014
Dr Meenakshi Swamy
Dr Marina Sawdon
Dr Andrew Chaytor
Dr David Cox
Professor John McLachlan
et al.
A study to investigate the effectiveness of SimMan as an adjunct in teaching preclinical skills to medical students2014
Dr Meenakshi Swamy
Dr Marina Sawdon
Dr Andrew Chaytor
Professor John McLachlan
A study to investigate the effectiveness of SimMan® as an adjunct in teaching preclinical skills to medical students2014
Dr Meenakshi Swamy
Dr Roger Searle
Evaluation of anatomy teaching with portable ultrasound to medical students2014
Dr Meenakshi Swamy
Dr Hernaik Singh
Dr Roger Searle
Role of SimMan in teaching clinical skills to preclinical medical students2013
Dr Meenakshi Swamy
Dr Roger Searle
Anatomy teaching with portable ultrasound to medical students2012