Katherine Woolf
Katherine Woolf
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Culture and health
AD Napier, C Ancarno, B Butler, J Calabrese, A Chater, H Chatterjee, ...
The Lancet 384 (9954), 1607-1639, 2014
4422014
Ethnicity and academic performance in UK trained doctors and medical students: systematic review and meta-analysis
K Woolf, HWW Potts, IC McManus
Bmj 342, d901, 2011
1942011
Easing the transition from student to doctor: how can medical schools help prepare their graduates for starting work?
J Cave, K Woolf, A Jones, J Dacre
Medical teacher 31 (5), 403-408, 2009
1182009
Newly qualified doctors' views about whether their medical school had trained them well: questionnaire surveys
J Cave, M Goldacre, T Lambert, K Woolf, A Jones, J Dacre
BMC medical education 7 (1), 1-6, 2007
1082007
Ethnic stereotypes and the underachievement of UK medical students from ethnic minorities: qualitative study
K Woolf, J Cave, T Greenhalgh, J Dacre
Bmj 337, a1220, 2008
952008
The Academic Backbone: longitudinal continuities in educational achievement from secondary school and medical school to MRCP (UK) and the specialist register in UK medical …
IC McManus, K Woolf, J Dacre, E Paice, C Dewberry
BMC medicine 11 (1), 242, 2013
692013
Exploring the underperformance of male and minority ethnic medical students in first year clinical examinations
K Woolf, I Haq, IC McManus, J Higham, J Dacre
Advances in Health Sciences Education 13 (5), 607-616, 2008
662008
Medical student teaching in the UK: how well are newly qualified doctors prepared for their role caring for patients with cancer in hospital?
J Cave, K Woolf, J Dacre, HWW Potts, A Jones
British journal of cancer 97 (4), 472-478, 2007
622007
The mediators of minority ethnic underperformance in final medical school examinations
K Woolf, IC McManus, HWW Potts, J Dacre
British Journal of Educational Psychology 83 (1), 135-159, 2013
612013
‘You can't be a person and a doctor’: the work–life balance of doctors in training—a qualitative study
A Rich, R Viney, S Needleman, A Griffin, K Woolf
BMJ open 6 (12), 2016
602016
Construct-level predictive validity of educational attainment and intellectual aptitude tests in medical student selection: meta-regression of six UK longitudinal studies
IC McManus, C Dewberry, S Nicholson, JS Dowell, K Woolf, HWW Potts
BMC medicine 11 (1), 243, 2013
602013
'It gives you an understanding you can't get from any book.'The relationship between medical students' and doctors' personal illness experiences and their performance: a …
K Woolf, J Cave, IC McManus, JE Dacre
BMC medical education 7 (1), 50, 2007
582007
The hidden medical school: a longitudinal study of how social networks form, and how they relate to academic performance
K Woolf, HWW Potts, S Patel, IC MCManus
Medical teacher 34 (7), 577-586, 2012
562012
Sex differences in medico-legal action against doctors: a systematic review and meta-analysis
E Unwin, K Woolf, C Wadlow, HWW Potts, J Dacre
BMC medicine 13 (1), 172, 2015
412015
The effect of a brief social intervention on the examination results of UK medical students: a cluster randomised controlled trial
K Woolf, IC McManus, D Gill, J Dacre
BMC medical education 9 (1), 35, 2009
362009
The educational background and qualifications of UK medical students from ethnic minorities
IC McManus, K Woolf, J Dacre
BMC medical education 8 (1), 21, 2008
362008
Perceived causes of differential attainment in UK postgraduate medical training: a national qualitative study
K Woolf, A Rich, R Viney, S Needleman, A Griffin
BMJ open 6 (11), 2016
342016
Social network analysis in medical education
R Isba, K Woolf, R Hanneman
Medical education 51 (1), 81-88, 2017
322017
The specialty choices of graduates from Brighton and Sussex Medical School: a longitudinal cohort study
K Woolf, C Elton, M Newport
BMC medical education 15 (1), 46, 2015
322015
Without proper research funding, how can medical education be evidence based?
J Archer, C McManus, K Woolf, L Monrouxe, J Illing, A Bullock, T Roberts
Bmj 350, 2015
302015
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