Publications from LHCC
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Professional Responsibilities and Personal Impacts: Residents' Experiences as Participants in Education Research.
Acad Med 2019 Jan;94(1):115-121
Data sharing in qualitative research: opportunities and concerns.
McGrath C, Nilsonne G
MedEdPublish Nov 2018, 7, , 34
Clinicians' Selection Criteria for Video Visits in Outpatient Care: Qualitative Study.
J. Med. Internet Res. 2018 Nov;20(11):e288
Contradictions in clinical teachers' engagement in educational development: an activity theory analysis.
Adv Health Sci Educ Theory Pract 2019 Mar;24(1):125-140
On learning in the clinical environment
Perspectives on Medical Education August 2018, Volume 7, Issue 4, pp 272–275
How to…choose between different types of data
Helmich, E, Stenfors T, Barrett A
The clinical teacher 23 July 2018 10.1111/tct.12925
Effects of the Digital Transformation: Qualitative Study on the Disturbances and Limitations of Using Video Visits in Outpatient Care.
J. Med. Internet Res. 2018 Jun;20(6):e221
Getting down to the business of teaching ethics. An inter-disciplinary case study
McGrath, C, Fisher, R M, Hanberg, A, Haldosen, L A, Juth, N, Lek, M
International Journal of Ethics Education June 2018, 1-7
Videos as learning objects in MOOCs: A study of specialist and non‐specialist participants' video activity in MOOCs
Stöhr, C, Stathakarou, N, Mueller, F, Nifakos, S, & McGrath, C,.
British Journal of Educational Technology, 07 May 2018, Volume 50, Issue 1
MOOC Learners’ Engagement with Two Variants of Virtual Patients: A Randomised Trial
Stathakarou, N, Scully, M L, Kononowicz, A A, Henningsohn, L, Zary, N, McGrath, C
Education Sciences March 2018, 8(2), 44
Lessons learned: towards a framework for integration of theory and practice in academic development
Bolander Laksov, K
International Journal for Academic Development 27 March 2018, 1-12
Modelling Feedback in Virtual Patients: An Iterative Approach.
Stud Health Technol Inform 2018 ;247():201-205
Experiences of a student-run clinic in primary care: a mixed-method study with students, patients and supervisors.
Scand J Prim Health Care 2018 Mar;36(1):36-46
Moving beyond orthodoxies in academic development
Jessop, T, & Bolander Laksov, K
International Journal of Academic Development, 01 October 2017, 22:4
Frontline learning of medical teaching: "you pick up as you go through work and practice".
BMC Med Educ 2017 Sep;17(1):171
Using kaizen to improve employee wellbeing: Results from two organizational intervention studies
von Thiele Schwarz, U, Nielsen, K M, Stenfors-Hayes, T, Hasson, H
Human Relations 01 December 2016
KIUrologyX: Urology As You Like It-A Massive Open Online Course for Medical Students, Professionals, Patients, and Laypeople Alike.
Eur. Urol. 2017 09;72(3):321-322
Navigating without a map: how medical students interact with clinical learning environments
Liljedahl, M, Björck, E, Ponzer, S, & Bolander Laksov, K
Studies in Higher Education 08 August 2017, 1-12
Using kaizen to improve employee well-being: Results from two organizational intervention studies.
Hum Relat 2017 Aug;70(8):966-993
Promoting international collaboration and creativity in doctoral students.
Elife 2017 06;6():
Becoming an educational leader–exploring leadership in medical education
Bolander Laksov, K, & Tomson, T
International Journal of Leadership in Education 2017, 20(4), 506-516
A qualitative exploration of chiropractic and physiotherapy teachers' experiences and conceptualizations of the educational environment.
J Chiropr Educ 2017 Mar;32(1):10-22
Making theory explicit - An analysis of how medical education research(ers) describe how they connect to theory.
BMC Med Educ 2017 Jan;17(1):18
Educating Public Health Professionals for an Unknown Future: Insights from a New Bachelor Programme Linking Health Promotion and Sustainable Development
Macassa, G, Hiswals, A S, Ahmadi, N, & McGrath, C
Research in Health Science, 2017, 2(2), 70
Exploring dimensions of change: the case of MOOC conceptions
McGrath, C, Stenfors-Hayes, T, Roxå, T, & Bolander Laksov, K
International Journal for Academic Development, 21 February 2017, 1-13
Medical students’ feedback regarding their clinical learning environment in primary healthcare: a qualitative study
Salminen, H, Öhman, E, & Stenfors-Hayes, T
BMC Medical Education 13 December 2016, 16(1), 313
Using Data From Program Evaluations for Qualitative Research.
J Grad Med Educ 2016 Dec;8(5):773-774
An International Interprofessional Study of Mental Models and Factors Delaying Neuroimaging of Critically Head-Injured Children Presenting to Emergency Departments.
Pediatr Emerg Care 2018 Nov;34(11):797-801
Increasing the quality and value of involving simulated patients in simulation-based education, research and practice
Gough, S, Greene, L, Natali, A, Mackinnon, R, Roberts, S, Hellaby, M, Nestel, D
Physiotherapy Nov 2016, 102, e225–e226
Reporting Guidelines for Health Care Simulation Research: Extensions to the CONSORT and STROBE Statements.
Simul Healthc 2016 Aug;11(4):238-48
To belong or not to belong: nursing students’ interactions with clinical learning environments - an observational study
Liljedahl, M, Björck, E, Kalén, S, Ponzer, S, & Bolander Laksov, K
BMC Medical Education 05 August 2016, 16, 197
Introduction to Big Data in Education and Its Contribution to the Quality Improvement Processes
Vaitsis, C, Hervatis, V, & Zary, N
In S. V. Soto, J. M. Luna, & A. Cano (Eds.), Big Data on Real-World Applications 20 July 2016, (p. 113) InTechOpen
Using Competency-Based Digital Open Learning Activities to Facilitate and Promote Health Professions Education (OLAmeD): A Proposal
Vaitsis, C, Stathakarou, N, Barman, L, Zary, N, & McGrath, C
JMIR Research Protocols 07 July 2016, 5(3), e143
Kaizen practice in healthcare: a qualitative analysis of hospital employees’ suggestions for improvement
Mazzocato, P, Stenfors-Hayes, T, von Thiele Schwarz, U, Hasson, H, & Nystrom, M E
BMJ Open July 2016, 6(7), e012256
Simulation for Rural Communities. In Comprehensive Healthcare Simulation
Brown, L L, & MacKinnon, R
Pediatrics 16 June 2016, (pp. 299–313). Springer International Publishing
The “Handling” of power in the physician-patient encounter: perceptions from experienced physicians
Nimmon, L, & Stenfors-Hayes, T
BMC Medical Education 18 April 2016, 16(1), 114
Offline and computer-based eLearning interventions for medical students’ education
Hervatis, V, Kyaw, B M, Semwal, M, Dunleavy, G, Tudor Car, L, Zary, N, & Car, J
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 15 April 2016 (4)
Academic leadership: management of groups or leadership of teams? A multiple-case study on designing and implementing a team-based development programme for academic leadership
Söderhjelm, T, Björklund, C, Sandahl, C, & Bolander-Laksov, K
Studies in Higher Education 16 March 2016, 43(2), 201-216
How education policy is made meaningful – a narrative exploration of how teachers show autonomy in the development of teaching and learning
Barman, L, Josephsson, S, Silén, C, & Bolander-laksov, K
Higher Education Research & Development 17 February 2016, 4360, 1111–1124
The Ebb and Flow of Educational Change : Change Agents as Negotiators of Change
McGrath, C, Barman, L, Stenfors-Hayes, T, Roxå, T, Silén, C, & Bolander Laksov, K
Teaching & Learning Inquiry 2016, 4(2), 1–14
Feature Topic: Person-centered Methodologies in the Organizational Sciences
Morin, A J S, Gagné, M, & Bujacz, A
Organizational Research Methods 2016, 19(1), 8–9