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OMS medical education research outputs

This page lists research outputs for the current calendar year to date, covering journal articles and books/book chapters only from OMS staff involved in medical and health professional education research, ordered alphabetically by first author. It will be updated every few months by a search using a variety of databases and search terms as well as combining information from the university’s publications office. We are continuing to improve the search to try and capture new OMS researchers entering this area, and research conducted by known OMS researchers in this field. Due to the ongoing development of refining the search, if your current outputs are not included, please email them to Dr Kelby Smith-Han, Each year's list will be stored as a pdf to create an archive.

Research outputs - 2019

Journal Articles

• Al-Busaidi, I. S., Wells, C. I., & Wilkinson, T. J. (2019). Publication in a medical student journal predicts short- and long-term academic success: a matched-cohort study. BMC Medical Education, 19(1), 271. doi: 10.1186/s12909-019-1704-x

• Alamri Y. Pre-clinical medical students' interest in academic medicine: The New Zealand experience. Medical Teacher. 2019;41(1):117-8.

• Alamri, Yassar, & Al-Busaidi, Ibrahim Saleh. (2019). Attitudes towards bullying may affect students’ but not supervisors’ future research involvement. Postgraduate Medical Journal, 95(1124), 347. doi:10.1136/postgradmedj-2018-136341

• Alamri Y, Currie W, Magner K, Al-Busaidi IS, Wilkinson TJ, Beckert L. Publication rates of, and attitudes toward, summer research projects: 10-year experience from a single institution in New Zealand. Advances in Medical Education and Practice. 2019;10:263-71.

• Anakin, Megan, Jouart, Madelyne, Timmermans, Julie, & Pinnock, Ralph. (2019). Student experiences of learning clinical reasoning. The Clinical Teacher, 0(0). doi:10.1111/tct.13014

• Beasley SW, Khor SL, Boakes C, Jenkins D. Paradox of meritocracy in surgical selection, and of variation in the attractiveness of individual specialties: to what extent are women still disadvantaged? ANZ Journal of Surgery. 2019;89(3):171-5.

• Blakey AG, Smith-Han K, Anderson L, Collins E, Berryman EK, Wilkinson T. It's "probably the teacher!' A strategic framework for clinical staff engagement in clinical student bullying intervention. BMC Medical Education. 2019;19:13.

• Blakey AG, Treharne GJ. Advancing transgender healthcare teaching in Aotearoa/New Zealand. New Zealand Medical Journal. 2019;132(1491):104-6.

• Briggs AM, Hinman RS, Darlow B, Bennell KL, Houlding E, Pizzari T, et al. Multi-level reform is required to support high-value osteoarthritis care delivery: outcomes of a multinational survey of clinicians and students. Osteoarthritis and Cartilage. 2019;27 (Supplement 1):S299-S300.

• Briggs AM, Houlding E, Hinman RS, Desmond LA, Bennell KL, Darlow B, et al. Health professionals and students encounter multi-level barriers to implementing high-value osteoarthritis care: a multi-national study. Osteoarthritis and Cartilage. 2019;27(5):788-804.

• Champney TH, Hildebrandt S, Gareth Jones D, Winkelmann A. BODIES R US: Ethical Views on the Commercialization of the Dead in Medical Education and Research. Anatomical Sciences Education. 2019;12(3):317-25.

• Clements W, Goh GS, Nguyen J, Vrazas J, Rogan C, Lau G, et al. Establishing a Platform for Interest and Education in Interventional Radiology Amongst Radiology Trainees. Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology. 2019;42(1):95-100.

• Cornwall, Jon, & Hildebrandt, Sabine. (2019). Anatomy, Education, and Ethics in a Changing World. Anatomical Sciences Education, 12(4), 329-331. doi:10.1002/ase.1898

• Davison L, Amer H, Krishnan J, Seale E, Young K, Romans S. Trainee welfare: a New Zealand perspective. Australasian Psychiatry. 2019;27(3):215-8.

• Duffull, Stephen B., Anakin, Megan G., & Wright, Daniel F. B. (2019). Understanding the process of clinical judgement for pharmacists when making clinical decisions. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 15(5), 607-614. doi:

• Egevad L, Delahunt B, Samaratunga H, Leite KR, Efremov G, Furusato B, et al. The International Society of Urological Pathology Education a web-based system for training and testing of pathologists. Virchow Archiv. 2019;474(5):577-84.

• Gamble Blakey A, Smith-Han K, Anderson L, Collins E, Berryman E, Wilkinson T. "They cared about us students:" Learning from exemplar clinical teaching environments. BMC Medical Education. 2019;19(1).

• Gamble Blakey A, Smith-Han K, Anderson L, Collins E, Berryman E, Wilkinson TJ. Interventions addressing student bullying in the clinical workplace: A narrative review. BMC Medical Education. 2019;19(1).

• Gutenstein M, Kiuru S. Building collaborative research networks across rural and provincial aotearoa. New Zealand Medical Journal. 2019;132(1493):12-4.

• Jones R, Crowshoe L, Reid P, Calam B, Curtis E, Green M, et al. Educating for Indigenous Health Equity: An International Consensus Statement. Academic Medicine. 2019;94(4):512-9.

• Kenwright, Diane, Wood, Emily, Dai, Wei, & Grainger, Rebecca. (2019). Utility Value Theory Underlies Students’ Attitudes to Biomedical Sciences Curricula. Medical Science Educator. doi:10.1007/s40670-019-00738-w

• Klima, S., Cornwall, J., Kieser, D., & Hammer, N. (2019). The utility and benefit of a newly established postgraduate training course in surgical exposures for orthopedic and trauma surgery. Archives of Orthopaedic & Trauma Surgery. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1007/s00402-019-03189-5

• Links MJ, Wilkinson T, Campbell C. Discourses of professionalism: Metaphors, theory and practice. Medical Teacher. 2019;41(1):91-8.

• Nixon G, Blattner K, Miller R, Bolden F, Jelley G, Keys J. Few New Zealand medical students intend to work in rural areas. New Zealand Medical Journal. 2019;132(1498):105-6.

• Pinnock, Ralph, Anakin, Megan, & Jouart, Madelyne. (2019). Clinical reasoning as a threshold skill. Medical Teacher, 41(6), 683-689. doi:10.1080/0142159X.2019.1569754

• Pinnock R, Anakin M, Lawrence J, Chignell H, Wilkinson T. Identifying developmental features in students' clinical reasoning to inform teaching. Medical Teacher. 2019;41(3):297-302.

• Poole P, Wilkinson TJ, Bagg W, Freegard J, Hyland F, Jo E, et al. Developing New Zealand's medical workforce: realising the potential of longitudinal career tracking. New Zealand Medical Journal. 2019;132(1495):65-73.

• Roberts, C., Wilkinson, T. J., Norcini, J., Patterson, F., & Hodges, B. D. (2019). The intersection of assessment, selection and professionalism in the service of patient care. Medical Teacher. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1080/0142159X.2018.1554898

• Rudland, J. R., Golding, C., Jaye, C., Tweed, M., & Wilkinson, T. J. (2019). Student belief about the value of challenge. Clinical Teacher, 16(4), 390-394. doi: 10.1111/tct.13081

• Sopoaga, F., Crampton, P., Wilkinson, T., & Zaharic, T. (2019). Two decades in the making: Reflecting on an approach to increase the participation and success of Pacific students at the Otago Medical School in New Zealand. Pacific Health Dialog, 21(3), 128-138. doi: 10.26635/phd.2019.608

• Tweed M, Purdie G, Lacey C. Considering evidence for ethnicity bias using assessment case scenarios and medical student correctness and certainty. New Zealand Medical Journal. 2019;132(1491):71-7.

• Tweed M, Wilkinson T. Student progress decision-making in programmatic assessment: can we extrapolate from clinical decision-making and jury decision-making? BMC Medical Education. 2019;19:10.

• Wainman, B. C., & Cornwall, J. (2019). Body donation after medically assisted death: An emerging consideration for donor programs. Anatomical Sciences Education. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1002/ase.1874

• Webb AL, Green RA, Woodley SJ. The development of a core syllabus for teaching musculoskeletal anatomy of the vertebral column and limbs to medical students. Clinical Anatomy. 2019.

• Wilson H, Warmington S, Johansen ML. Experience-based learning: junior medical students’ reflections on end-of-life care. Medical Education. 2019;53(7):687-97.

• Wright, D. F. B., Anakin, M. G., & Duffull, S. B. (2019). Clinical decision-making: An essential skill for 21st century pharmacy practice. Research in Social & Administrative Pharmacy, 15(5), 600-606. doi: 10.1016/j.sapharm.2018.08.001

Books or Book Chapters

• Wilkinson, T., & Meeks, M. (2019). Learning and assessing professionalism using simulation. In K. Forrest & J. McKimm (Eds.), Healthcare simulation at a glance. (1st ed.) (pp. 60-61). Oxford, UK: John Wiley & Sons.

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