Ellen Tullo
Ellen Tullo
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A systematic review of faculty development initiatives designed to enhance teaching effectiveness: A 10-year update: BEME Guide No. 40
Y Steinert, K Mann, B Anderson, BM Barnett, A Centeno, L Naismith, ...
Medical teacher 38 (8), 769-786, 2016
Systematic review: helping the young to understand the old. Teaching interventions in geriatrics to improve the knowledge, skills, and attitudes of undergraduate medical students
ESC Tullo, J Spencer, L Allan
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 58 (10), 1987-1993, 2010
Teaching and learning about dementia in UK medical schools: a national survey
ESC Tullo, AL Gordon
BMC geriatrics 13 (1), 29, 2013
Developing a carer communication intervention to support personhood and quality of life in dementia
TJ Young, C Manthorp, D Howells, E Tullo
Ageing & Society 31 (6), 1003-1025, 2011
What should we be teaching medical students about dementia?
E Tullo, L Allan
International psychogeriatrics 23 (7), 1044-1050, 2011
Towards an understanding of why undergraduate teaching about delirium does not guarantee gold-standard practice—results from a UK national survey
JM Fisher, AL Gordon, AMJ MacLullich, E Tullo, DHJ Davis, A Blundell, ...
Age and ageing 44 (1), 166-170, 2014
Trepanation and Roman medicine: a comparuison of osteoarchaeological remains, material culture and written texts
Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh 40, 165-71, 2010
Engaging older people in decisions about their healthcare: the case for shared decision making
J Lally, E Tullo
Reviews in Clinical Gerontology 22 (2), 99-107, 2012
Optimizing communication between medical professionals and people living with dementia
TJ Young, C Manthorp, D Howells, E Tullo
International psychogeriatrics 23 (7), 1078-1085, 2011
Preparing to meet the needs of an ageing population–A challenge to medical educators globally
E Tullo, TK Khoo, A Teodorczuk
Medical teacher 37 (2), 105-107, 2015
Medical students’ views about person-centred communication in dementia care
ESC Tullo, TJ Young, RP Lee
Dementia 17 (5), 573-584, 2018
Medical students’ attitudes toward people with dementia: An international investigation
ESC Tullo, TJ Young
International psychogeriatrics 26 (1), 165-171, 2014
“Is all the stuff about neurons necessary?” The development of lay summaries to disseminate findings from the Newcastle Cognitive Function after Stroke (COGFAST) study
S Barnfield, AC Pitts, R Kalaria, L Allan, E Tullo
Research involvement and engagement 3 (1), 18, 2017
Why is dementia different? Medical students' views about deceiving people with dementia
ESC Tullo, RP Lee, L Robinson, L Allan
Aging & mental health 19 (8), 731-738, 2015
Person-Centeredness, Culture and Communication in Dementia Care: An International Investigation of the Views of Medical Students
TJ Young, ES Tullo, RL Lee
Essays in speech processes: Language production and perception, 2016
What can e-learning offer geriatric medicine in the UK?
E Tullo, J Newton, A Clapp
Reviews in Clinical Gerontology 22 (3), 235-242, 2012
Comparing the perceptions of academics and members of the public about patient and public involvement in ageing research
ESC Tullo, L Robinson, J Newton
Age and ageing 44 (3), 533-536, 2015
Making a difference in dementia education: developing a consistent and inclusive approach for all
C Knifton
Journal of Dementia Care 22 (4), 18-21, 2014
Twelve tips for teaching about patients with cognitive impairment
JM Fisher, E Tullo, K Chan, A Teodorczuk
Medical teacher 39 (5), 452-457, 2017
Involving older people in the design, development, and delivery of an innovative module on aging for undergraduate students
E Tullo, L Greaves, L Wakeling
Educational Gerontology 42 (10), 698-705, 2016
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