Research

Stress and burnout among general practitioners (GPs) is a serious problem. Some authors suggest supervision groups or Balint groups as a means of preventing burnout and others address how to treat...

One of the challenges facing medical education is the change in healthcare service delivery, with services being shifted away from inpatient to ambulatory facilities. Cost is a significant driver...

New From Radcliffe

There are about 10.8 million people aged 65+ in the UK, and this is set to increase by nearly 50% in the next 20 years to 16 million. Already, 70% of hospital beds are occupied by people over 65....

Confucius (c. 551 - c. 479 BC)
There’s a place in the brain for knowing what cannot be remembered.

The Final FRCA Structured Oral Examination is the last step...

Nearly 30 years after the first edition was published, The Fifteen Minute Hour: Therapeutic Talk in Primary Care continues to support primary care practitioners in solving and often preventing...

The development of self-directedness is an educational conundrum that transcends medical education. My time in education with children and adults in schools and in medical education has...

The Confidential Enquiry into Maternal Deaths 2006-2008 report, ‘Saving Mothers Lives‘, highlighted an alarming rise in the number of maternal deaths attributed to sepsis. This launched the issue...

Evidence-based education is an attempt to find, critique and implement the highest quality research evidence that underpins the education provided to students.

This comprehensive book...