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SAPC ASM 2020 - cancelled due to pandemic - Talk Abstracts
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Clinical Reasoning in Undergraduate Primary Care Medical Education: An International Systematic Review
Can medical students facilitate access to healthcare for a seldom heard group through service-learning?
Do GPs actually use online teaching resources for placements? Initial results from a new theme-based approach to clinical placements
The effects of small pump priming grants for GP tutors on innovations
The Medical School as Multiple Communities of Practice: analysis of a longitudinal GP placement
Peer-facilitated, small-group learning as a solution to engaging learners in interactive, reflective education following rapid expansion of the VTS cohort.
Trends in early-career general practitioners’ prescribing of hormone and non-hormone therapy for menopausal symptoms
Awakening Critical Consciousness in Medical Education: Insights for a Critical Pedagogy in General Practice Teaching
Moan and Groan No More: Making It Meaningful - Learning from Reflective Practice to Transform the Teaching of Reflection
Informing undergraduate medical education: A systematic review of international policy and mission documents to identify how generalism is described
Medical Student Perspectives of a community training experience
How can we optimise medical education to support the development of person-centred values, beliefs and attitudes?
What is the role of Massive open online courses (MOOC) in continuing professional development (CPD) of healthcare professionals?
Medicine and the arts, the role of narrative medicine in medical education
‘What have they learnt? A mixed-methods study assessing for changes in knowledge, skills and attitudes as a result of an Out-Of-Program-Experience (OOPE) in global health during UK General Practice training’
The Perceived Barriers to Implementing Near- Peer, Multilevel Learning in Primary Care
Educational interventions to ensure prescribing competence in new prescribers: a systematic review of quantitative and qualitative evidence
The influence of career aspirations on medical school choice: a national qualitative interview study of applicants to UK medical schools
Does the Macmillan Cancer Care course for Practice Nurses and the Primary Care Nurse Facilitator role enhance nurse consultations and holistic care for patients and support the implementation of nurse led cancer care reviews in general practice?
Influence of cognitive dissonance on clinical judgment of a medical student playing the role of a doctor in an educational program combining ambulatory clerkship and peer role-play: A qualitative study