Her Medical education study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Revalidation. Her Paleontology study frequently links to related topics such as Context (archaeology). Her Context (archaeology) study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Paleontology. Her Patient Consent research extends to Family medicine, which is thematically connected. Her research brings together the fields of Family medicine and Patient Consent. She performs integrative Finance and Portfolio research in her work. She connects Portfolio with Finance in her study. Her study on Accreditation is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Medical education. In her work, Amanda Howe performs multidisciplinary research in Psychiatry and Pathology.
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Towards an understanding of resilience and its relevance to medical training.
Amanda Howe;Anna Smajdor;Andrea Stöckl.
Medical Education (2012)
The measurement of patients' expectations for health care: A review and psychometric testing of a measure of patients' expectations
Ann Bowling;G. Rowe;N. Lambert;M. Waddington.
Portfolios in continuing medical education – effective and efficient?
N J Mathers;M C Challis;A C Howe;N J Field.
Medical Education (1999)
Management of depression in UK general practice in relation to scores on depression severity questionnaires: analysis of medical record data
Tony Kendrick;Christopher Dowrick;Anita McBride;Amanda Howe.
Patients' and doctors' views on depression severity questionnaires incentivised in UK quality and outcomes framework: qualitative study.
Christopher Dowrick;Geraldine M Leydon;Anita McBride;Amanda Howe.
Prevalence of myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) in three regions of England: a repeated cross-sectional study in primary care
Luis C Nacul;Eliana M Lacerda;Derek Pheby;Peter Campion.
BMC Medicine (2011)
Effectiveness of visits from community pharmacists for patients with heart failure: HeartMed randomised controlled trial
Richard Holland;Iain Brooksby;Elizabeth Lenaghan;Kate Ashton.
A systematic review of the clinical, public health and cost-effectiveness of rapid diagnostic tests for the detection and identification of bacterial intestinal pathogens in faeces and food.
I Abubakar;L Irvine;CF Aldus;GM Wyatt.
Health Technology Assessment (2007)
Involving patients in medical education
Amanda Howe;Janie Anderson.
Quality of clinical primary care and targeted incentive payments: an observational study
Nicholas Steel;Susan Maisey;Allan Clark;Robert Fleetcroft.
British Journal of General Practice (2007)
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