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Browsing publications by Emeritus Professor Brian Lunn.

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Laura Woodhouse
Dr David Kennedy
Emeritus Professor Brian Lunn
Candidate use of a feedback site and how that relates to examination performance2016
Professor Hamish McAllister-Williams
Dr David Cousins
Emeritus Professor Brian Lunn
Clinical assessment and investigation in psychiatry2016
Dr Laura Woodhouse
Emeritus Professor Brian Lunn
Dr David Kennedy
Comparison of Cohen and Angoff methods of standard setting: is Angoff worth it?2016
Emeritus Professor Brian Lunn
Dr David Kennedy
Professor Steve Jones
John Moss
Joann Luke
et al.
Developing an Enhanced Personalised Web-based OSCE Feedback System to Help Students Understand OSCE Performance2016
Dr David Kennedy
Emeritus Professor Brian Lunn
Lessons from assessing Professionalism through monitoring Professional attitudes and behaviours2016
Dr Sonia Bussey
Emeritus Professor Brian Lunn
Joann Luke
Dr Andrea Myers
Acceptability of a new summative assessment of clinical skills for final year medical students2014
Dr Sonia Bussey
Emeritus Professor Brian Lunn
Joann Luke
Dr Andrea Myers
Educational impact of a new summative assessment of clinical skills for final year medical students2014
Dr Sonia Bussey
Emeritus Professor Brian Lunn
Dr Andrea Myers
The Utility of a new clinical assessment of final year medical students – the patient perspective2014
Professor Hamish McAllister-Williams
Dr David Cousins
Emeritus Professor Brian Lunn
Clinical assessment and investigation in psychiatry2008
Dr Jonathan Richardson
Dr David Cousins
Emeritus Professor Brian Lunn
Could the development of an interactive website facilitate communication between psychiatric trainees?2006
Dr Richard Porter
Emeritus Professor Brian Lunn
Professor John O'Brien
Effects of acute tryptophan depletion on cognitive function in Alzheimer's disease and in the healthy elderly2003
Dr Richard Porter
Emeritus Professor Brian Lunn
Dr John Gray
Dr Clive Ballard
Professor John O'Brien
et al.
Cognitive deficit induced by acute tryptophan depletion in patients with Alzheimer's disease2000
Emeritus Professor Heather Ashton
Emeritus Professor Brian Lunn
Professor Allan Young
Subchronic hydrocortisone treatment alters auditory evoked potentials in normal subjects2000
Professor John O'Brien
Dr Richard Porter
Emeritus Professor Brian Lunn
Dr Lucy Walker
Jo Gray
et al.
The role of serotonin and the effects of acute dietary depletion of tryptophan on cognitive and non-cognitive symptoms in Alzheimer's disease1999
Dr Richard Porter
Professor Hamish McAllister-Williams
Emeritus Professor Brian Lunn
Professor Allan Young
5-hydroxytryptamine receptor function in humans is reduced by acute administration of hydrocortisone1998