Jane Kidd

Jane Kidd
The University of Warwick · Warwick Medical School (WMS)

BSc Hons 2i, Ph.D

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Publications (15)
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Background and Purpose This study set out to find what was the process of transition through GEM and what were the challenges to medical school training anticipated and experienced by GEM students. Methodology Participants were 21 students from the University of Warwick 4-year MB ChB degree. They were asked standardised questions on the challenges...
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Background and Purpose Admissions statistics showed graduate-entry medicine (GEM) students were a heterogeneous group of individuals.1 However, statistical studies were limited in their power to explore the wider characteristics of these students. This study explored who were GEM students and what was their experience of applying to study GEM. Met...
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Background and Purpose There is clear ethical and professional guidance from the GMC and the BMA on how doctors should handle medical advice requests from family and friends. Medical students confront similar situations but they are not taught how to handle these requests in the formal curriculum. This paper explores graduate-entry medicine student...
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Background and Purpose In 2006, the BMA Equal Opportunities Committee looked into Disability Equality in the Medical Professions and came to the following resolutions1: 1) Individuals with disabilities must have appropriate access to medical education; 2) Doctors with disabilities must be enabled to have fulfilling and rewarding medical careers. Th...
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Virtual patients (VPs) are online representations of clinical cases used in medical education. Widely adopted, they are well placed to teach clinical reasoning skills. International technology standards mean VPs can be created, shared and repurposed between institutions. A systematic review has highlighted the lack of evidence to support which of t...
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Virtual Patients (VPs) are web-based representations of realistic clinical cases. They are proposed as being an optimal method for teaching clinical reasoning skills. International standards exist which define precisely what constitutes a VP. There are multiple design possibilities for VPs, however there is little formal evidence to support individ...
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Case-based learning (CBL) is a long established pedagogical method, which is defined in a number of ways depending on the discipline and type of 'case' employed. In health professional education, learning activities are commonly based on patient cases. Basic, social and clinical sciences are studied in relation to the case, are integrated with clin...
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Systematic review of evidence about the impact of gender dyads on clinician-patient communication. Search of Medline, CINAHL and PsychINFO (1960-2007) and the British Library of grey literature, and hand searching of Patient Education and Counselling and Social Science and Medicine (2005-2007), returning 648 articles. Ten studies met all inclusion...
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Need to be learnt side by sideTeaching clinical skills to undergraduates focuses on examination, planning treatment, safe prescribing, and procedures such as venepuncture, suturing, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation.1 Curriculums for communication skills aim to develop effective (clear and sensitive) communication with patients, carers, and colleag...
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The key objective of the project "Use of the MSG SEVIRI channels in a combined SSM/I, TRMM and geostationary IR method for rapid updates of rainfall" is the development of algorithms for rapid-update of satellite rainfall estimations at the geostationary (GEO) scale. The new channels available with the Spinning Enhanced Visible and Infrared Imager...
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Seven years' experience in teaching communication skills to first year clinical students at St Mary's Hospital School of Medicine is described. The first component consists of a day during the introductory clinical course; this is divided into a lecture and small seminar groups and involves behavioural scientists and clinicians from many department...

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