ICE Research Publications since August 2008 (updated 3rd October 2011).
A complete ICE Publication Archive is available.
Current Year (updated 03/10/11)
Allard J, Bleakley A, Hobbs A, & Coombes L. (2011) Pre-surgery briefings and safety climate in the operating theatre BMJ Qual Saf 2011;20: 711-717
Archer J & McAvoy P. (2011) Factors that might undermine the validity of patient and multi-source feedback. Medical Education 2011: 45: 886–893
Bleakley A, Bligh J & Browne J. (2011). Medical Education for the Future Identity, Power and Location. Advances in Medical Education, Vol. 12011, XVI, 250 p (Book)
Bleakley A. (2011). Learning and Identity Construction in the Professional World of the Surgeon. In: H. Fry and R. Kneebone (eds.) Surgical Education: Theorising an Emerging Domain. Dortrecht: Springer, pp.183-98.(Chapter).
Bleakley A. (2011). Becoming a Medical Professional. In: L. Scanlon (ed.) “Becoming” a Professional: An Interdisciplinary Analysis of Professional Learning. Dortrecht: Springer, pp.129-51.(Chapter)
Bleakley A. (2011). Baldwin Award Winner. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 25(4), 241-2.
Bleakley, A & Brennan, N (2011) Does undergraduate curriculum design make a difference to readiness to practice as a junior doctor? Medical Teacher, 33 (6) 459-467.
Brennan, N & Mattick, K. (2011) The Map of Medicine: A review of evidence for its impact on healthcare. Health Information and Libraries Journal, 28 pp. 93-100.
Brennan, N & Mattick, K. (2011) Exploring the Map of Medicines potential in undergraduate medical education. Medical Teacher, 33 (8) 454-460
Browne J, Cooper N & Bligh J. (2011) Become recognized for your teaching Education for Primary Care 2011 22: 124-6
Chinnah T, Regan De Bere S & Collett T. (2011) Students’ views on the impact of peer physical examination and palpation as a pedagogic tool for teaching and learning living human anatomy Med Teacher 2011; 33: e27–e36 (web paper)
Cooper N. (2011) Primary care for children: back to the future. Education for Primary Care 2011 22: 148-51
Crossingham G, Gale T, Roberts M, Carr A, Langton J, Anderson I. Content validity of a clinical problem solving test for use in recruitment to the acute specialties. Clin Med 2011;11(1):22-5.
Dieppe P, Lim K, Lohmander S. (2011) Who should have knee joint replacement surgery for osteoarthritis? Int Jnl Rheumatic Diseases 2011; 14: 175–180 (Review)
Dieppe P. (2011) Inequalities in the Provision of Surgical Interventions: Whose Responsibility? J Rheumatol March 2011 38(3):401-402; doi:10.3899/jrheum.101209 (editorial)
Dieppe P. (2011) Developments in osteoarthritis. Rheumatology 2011 50:245-247; doi:10.1093/rheumatology/keq373
Griffiths S, Barnes R, Britten N & Wilkinso R. (2011) Investigating interactional competencies in Parkinson’s disease: the potential benefits of a conversation analytic approach.INT J LANG COMMUN DISORD, XXX 2011, VOL. 00, NO. 00, 1–13 (Review)
Harding, Leeder, Eynon-Lewis, Mattick. 2011. Joint undergraduate and postgraduate practice visits: a pilot in Southwest England. Education for Primary Care, September issue
Lambe P and Bristow D, (2011) 'Predicting medical student performance from attributes at entry: a latent class analysis' Medical Education 2011: 45: 308-316.
Marshall R, Bleakley A. (2011). Sing, muse: songs in Homer and in hospital. Medical Humanities, 37(1), 27-33.
Mattick, K. & Miller, A. (2011). Getting closer to the real thing. Medical Education Volume 45, Issue 9, 865.
McHarg J, Kay E J, Coombes L R. Students’ engagement with their group in a problem-based learning curriculum. Eur J Dent Educ 2011; 15: 1–5.
Nu¨esch E, Dieppe P, Reichenbach S, et al. (2011) All cause and disease specific mortality in patients with knee or hip osteoarthritis: population based cohort study BMJ 2011;342:d1165.
Pollard B, Johnstone M & Dieppe P. (2011) Exploring the relationships between International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) constructs of Impairment, Activity Limitation and Participation Restriction in people with osteoarthritis prior to joint replacement. BMC Musculoskelet Disord. 2011; 12: 97.
Wylde V, Hewlett S, Learmonth I & Dieppe P. (2011) Persistent pain after joint replacement: Prevalence, sensory qualities, and postoperative determinants. PAIN,Volume 152, Issue 3 , Pages 566-572, March 2011
Archer, J. (2010). Effective Feedback – the current state of science in health professional education. Medical Education 44(1), 101-108.
Bennett, J., Freeman, A., Coombes, L., Kay, L., & RickettS, C. (2010). Adaptation of medical progress testing to a dental setting. Medical Teacher, 32(6), 500-502.
Bleakley, A. (2010). Learning and identity construction in the professional world of the surgeon. In H. F. R Kneebone (Ed.), Surgical education in theoretical perspective: enhancing learning, teaching, practice and research. : Springer.
Bligh, J., & Brice, J. (2010). Leadership in medical education. BMJ, 340(may12_3), c2351-.
Brennan, N., Corrigan, O., Allard, J., Archer, J., Barnes, R., Bleakley, A., and Collett T., & Bere, S. R. d. (2010). The transition from medical student to junior doctor:
today’s experiences of Tomorrow’s Doctors. Medical Education, 44(5), 449-458.
Coombes, L., Ricketts, C., Freeman, A., & Stratford, J. (2010). Beyond assessment: Feedback for individuals and institutions based on the progress test. Medical Teacher, 32(6), 486-490.
Freeman, A., Nicholls, A., Ricketts, C., & Coombes, L. (2010). Can we share questions? Performance of questions from different question banks in a single medical school. Medical Teacher, 32(6), 464-466.
Freeman, A., Van Der Vleuten, C., Nouns, Z., & Ricketts, C. (2010). Progress testing internationally. Medical Teacher, 32(6), 451-455.
Freeman, A. C., & Ricketts, C. (2010). Choosing and designing knowledge assessments: Experience at a new medical school. Medical Teacher, 32(7), 578-581.
Lambe, P., & Bristow, D. (2010). What are the most important non-academic attributes of good doctors? A Delphi survey of clinicians. Medical Teacher, 32(8), e347-e354.
Regan de Bere, S., & Mattick, K. (2010). From anatomical 'competence' to complex capability. The views and experiences of UK tutors on how we should teach anatomy to medical students. Advances in Health Sciences Education Theory & Practice.
Ricketts, C., Brice, J., Coombes L. (2010). Are multiple choice tests fair to medical students with specific learning disabilities? AHSE, 15(2), 265-275.
Ricketts, C. (2010). A new look at resits: are they always a second chance? Ass Eval in HE, 35 351 – 356.
Ricketts, C., Freeman, A., Pagliuca, G., Coombes, L., & Archer, J. (2010). Difficult decisions for progress testing: How much and how often? Medical Teacher, 32(6), 513-515.
Wingham, J., Evans, R.,Taylor, R. & Dalal, H. (2010). Choice in Cardiac Rehabilitation (Letter). BMJ.
Archer, J. (2009). Multisource feedback (MSF): supporting professional development. British Dental Journal, 206(1), 1-1.
Archer, J. C. (2009). Assessment in Foundation. In C. P. Forrest K, Cooper N, (Ed.), Essential Guide to Educational Supervision in the Foundation Programme: Blackwells Publishing BMJ Books.
Archer, J. C. (2009). European licensing examinations -The only way forward. Medical Teacher, 31(3), 5-6.
Ayis, S., & Dieppe, P. (2009). The natural history of disability and its determinants in adults with lower limb musculoskeletal pain. Journal of Rheumatology, 36(3), 583-591.
Bleakley, A. (2009). Curriculum as conversation. Advances in Health Sciences Education, 14(3), 297-301.
Bleakley, A., & Bligh, J. (2009). Who can resist Foucault? Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, 34(4), 368-383.
Bligh, J., & Brice, J. (2009). Further insights into the roles of the medical educator: the importance of scholarly management. Academic Medicine 84(8), 1161-1165.
Bligh, J., & Brice, J. (2009). Research and publication. In J. Dent & R. Harden (Eds.), A practical guide for clinical teachers (Third ed.): Churchill Livingstone.
Bradley, P., Cooper, S, Duncan, F. (2009). A mixed methods study of interprofessional learning of resuscitation skills. Medical Education 43, 912-922.
Brice, J., Bligh, J, Bordage, G, Colliver, J, Cook, D, Eva, K, Harden, R, Kanter, S, and Norman G. (2009). Publishing Ethics in Medical Education Journals. Academic Medicine, 84(13), S1-3.
Campbell, N., Sabra, A., Alderson, L., Bull, S. (2009). Choosing a specialty (Publication., from BMJ Careers:
Corrigan O., McMillan, J., Liddell, K., Richards, M., & Weijer, C. (2009). Limits of consent: Oxford University Press.
Corrigan, O. P., & Tutton, R. (2009). Biobanks and the challenges of governance, legitimacy and and benefit’. In P. G. a. M. L. P. Atkinsosn (Ed.), Handbook of Genetics and Society: Mapping the New Genomic Era (pp. 302-318). London: Routledge.
Corrigan, O. P. (2009). Genetics and social theory. In B. Turner (Ed.), Blackwell Companion to Social Theory (Third ed.). Oxford: Blackwell.
Corrigan, O. P., Ellis, K., Bleakley, A. and Brice, J. (2009). Quality in medical education, ASME Understanding medical education series. London: ASME Publications.
Corrigan, O. P., & Pinchen, I. (2009). Tomorrow's Doctors, a changing profession: Reformation in the UK medical education system. In C. Bronson & B. Turner (Eds.), Handbook of the Sociology of Medical Education (pp. 242). Oxford: Routledge.
Dalal, H. M., Wingham, J., Evans, P., Taylor, R., & Campbell, J. (2009). Home based cardiac rehabilitation could improve outcomes. British Medical Journal, 338(12,1), 1921.
Davies, H., Archer, J., Southgate, L., & Norcini, J. (2009). Initial evaluation of the first year of the Foundation Assessment Programme. Medical Education, 43(1), 74-81.
Doherty, M., & Dieppe, P. (2009). The "placebo" response in osteoarthritis and its implications for clinical practice. Osteoarthritis and Cartilage, In Press, Corrected Proof.
Gooberman-Hill, R., French, M., Dieppe, P. & Hawker, G. (2009). Expressing pain and fatigue: A new method of analysis to explore differences in osteoarthritis experience. Arthritis Care & Research, 61(3), 353-360.
Jolly, K., & Wingham, J. (2009). NACR report 2009: Implications for cardiac nurses. Comment. British Journal of Cardiac Nursing, 4(10), 470-471.
Lyons, O., Archer, J., Rees, J. (2009). Patient Feedback for Medical Students. Clinical Teacher, 6, 254-258.
Marshall, R., & Bleakley, A. (2009). The death of Hector: pity in Homer, empathy in medical education. Medical Humanities, 35(1), 7-12.
Mattick, K., Knight, L. (2009). The importance of vocational and social aspects of approaches to learning for medical students. . Advances in Health Sciences Education, 14(5), 629-644.
Monrouxe, L. V., Rees, C. E., & Bradley, P. (2009). The Construction of Patients' Involvement in Hospital Bedside Teaching Encounters. Qualitative Health Research, 19(7), 918-930.
Pollard, B., Dixon, D., Dieppe, P., & Johnston, M. (2009). Measuring the ICF components of impairment, activity limitation and participation restriction: an item analysis using classical test theory and item response theory. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, 7(1), 41.
Rees, C., Wearn, A., Vnuk, A., & Bradley, P. (2009). Don't want to show fellow students my naughty bits: Medical students' anxieties about peer examination of intimate body regions at six schools across UK, Australasia and Far-East Asia. Medical Teacher, 31(10), 921-927.
Regan De Bere, S., & Pinchen, I. (2009). Crisis or renaissance: A sociology of anatomy in UK medical education In C. Bronson & B. Turner (Eds.), Handbook of the Sociology of Medical Education Oxford: Routledge.
Ricketts, C. (2009). A plea for the proper use of criterion-referenced tests in medical assessment. Medical Education, 43(12), 1141-1146.
Ricketts, C., Freeman, A. C., & Coombes, L. R. (2009). Standard setting for progress tests: combining external and internal standards. Medical Education, 43(6), 589-593.
Sinclair, A. M., Gunendran, T., Archer, J., Bridgewater, B., O’Flynne, K. J., Pearce, I. (2009). Re-certification for urologists: Is the SHEFFPAT questionnaire valid for assessing clinicians’ ‘relationships with patients’? British Journal Med Surg Urol 2(3), 100-104.
Zakrzewski, S., Steven, C. & Ricketts, C. (2009). Evaluating computer-based assessment in a risk-based model. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 2009, 34, 439-454.
Archer, J., Norcini, J., Southgate, L., Heard, S., & Davies, H. (2008). Mini-PAT (Peer Assessment Tool): a valid component of a national assessment programme in the UK? Advances In Health Sciences Education: Theory And Practice, 13(2), 181-192.
Bleakley, A., Brice, J., & Bligh, J. (2008). Thinking the post-colonial in medical education. Medical Education, 42(3), 266-270.
Bligh, J., & Brice, J. (2008). What is the value of good medical education research? Medical Education, 42(7), 652-653.
Brice, J., Archer, J., Isba, R. & Miller, A. (2008). What is the Academy of Medical Educators and what can it do for doctors in training? Foundation Years Journal, 4(8), 335.
Brice, J., & Bligh, J. (2008). Clinical education: a routine activity of extraordinary importance. Clinical Medicine, Jnl of Royal College of Physicians, 8(5), 480-481.
Collett, T., Kirvell, D., Nakorn, A., & McLachlan, J. C. (2008). The role of living models in the teaching of surface anatomy: Some experiences from a UK medical school. Medical Teacher, 31(3), 90-96.
Coombe, M., Freeman, A., Dixon, H., Wakeford, R. (2008). The consulting skills module of the MRCGP examination: an evaluation of candidates' views. Education for Primary Care, 19(1), 24-31.
Corrigan, O. P. (2008). Informed consent in operation, Encyclopaedia of Life Sciences (ELS). Chichester: John Wiley and Sons.
Corrigan, O. P., & Petersen, A. (2008). UK Biobank: Bioethics as a technology of governance. In Gottweis H. & Petersen A. (Eds.), Biobanks: Governance in Comparative Perspective. London: Routledge.
Crossley, J., McDonnell, J., Cooper, C., McAvoy, P., Archer, J., & Davies, H. (2008). Can a district hospital assess its doctors for re-licensure? Medical Education, 42(4), 359-363.
Davies, H., Archer, J., Bateman, A., Dewar, S., Crossley, J., Grant, J., et al. (2008). Specialty-specific multi-source feedback: assuring validity, informing training. Medical Education, 42(10), 1014-1020.
Gagen, W. J. (2008). A review of public men: Masculinity & politics in modern Britain. Journal of British Studies, 47(2), 460-462.
Gao, L., & Bleakley, A. (2008). Developing ‘thinking as a doctor’: What is the Influence of other healthcare professionals upon the early learning of medical students? International Journal of the Humanities, 6 65-74.
Howells, R. J., Davies, H. A., Silverman, J. D., Archer, J. C., & Mellon, A. F. (2008). Assessment of doctors' consultation skills in the paediatric setting: the Paediatric Consultation Assessment Tool. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 14691.
Marshall, R. (2008). Under the microscope. Journal of Medical Ethics: Med Humanit, 29 61-66.
Marshall, R., & Bleakley, A. (2008). Putting it bluntly: communication skills in the Iliad. Journal of Medical Ethics: Med Humanit, 34, 30-34.
Mattick, K., Dennis, I., Bradley, P., & Bligh, J. (2008). Content specificity: is it the full story? Statistical modelling of a clinical skills examination. Medical Education, 42(6), 589-599.
Mattick, K., & Knight, L. V. (2008). The importance of vocational and social aspects of approaches to learning for medical students. Advances in Health Science Education (online).
Mattick, K., & Regan de Bere, S. (2008). Is anatomy different? A survey of views of UK anatomy tutors. [Electronic Version]. On-line research findings for Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine (MEDEV).
Moss, D., Waugh, M. & Barnes, R. K. (2008). A tool for life? Mindfulness as self help or safe uncertainty. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being, 3(3), 132-142.
Petersen, A., Bleakley, A., Marshall, R., & Bromer, R. (2008). The Medical Humanities Today: Humane health care or tool of governance? Medical Humanities, 29 1-4.
Pinching, A. J., Teare, J., & Turley, S. (2008). Dramatic clinical spaces. In R. Levinson, H. Nicholson & S. Parry (Eds.), Creative Encounters; new conversations in science, education and the arts: Wellcome Trust, London.
Ricketts, C., & Archer, J. (2008). Are national qualifying examinations a fair way to rank medical students? Yes. British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Ed.), 337, a1282-a1282.
Wearn, A. M., Rees, C. E., Bradley, P., & Vnuk, A. (2008). Understanding student concerns about peer physical examination using an activity theory framework. Medical Education, 42(12), 1218-1226.