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1 References

  1. Kolb D. Experiential Learning Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice–Hall, 1984
  2. Knowles M. The Adult Learner: a neglected species  (4th edn) Houston: Gulf Publishing Company, 1990
  3. General Medical Council. Good Medical Practice London: General Medical Council, 2013
  4. Patterson F et al. A new competency model for general practice: implications for selection, training, and careers British Journal of General Practice, Volume 63, Number 610, May 2013 , pp. e331-e338(8).
  5. McWhinney IR and Freeman T. A Textbook of Family Medicine (3rd edn) Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009
  6. McWhinney IR and Freeman T. A Textbook of Family Medicine (3rd edn) Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009
  7. Stewart M, Brown JB, Weston WW, McWhinney IR, McWilliam CL, Freeman TR. Patient-centered Medicine: transforming the clinical method (2nd edn) Oxford: Radcliffe, 2003
  8. Silverman J, Kurtz S, Draper J. Skills for Communicating with Patients (2nd edn) Oxford: Radcliffe Medical Press, 2004
  9. Flocke SA, Miller WL, Crabtree BF. Relationships between physician practice style, patient satisfaction, and attributes of primary care Journal of Family Practice 2002; 51:10
  10. Marinker M and Peckham PJ (eds). Clinical Futures London: BMJ Books, 1998
  11. Kemper KJ. Holistic pediatrics = good medicine Pediatrics 2000; 105: 214–18
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Other references that have been used in developing this curriculum:

  • British Medical Association Junior Doctors Committee. Safe Handover: safe patients – guidance on clinical handover for clinicians and managers London: BMA, 2007
  • Butler CC, Evans M, Greaves D, Sompson S. Medically unexplained symptoms: the biopsychosocial model found wanting Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 2004; 97: 219–22
  • Edlin G and Golanty E. Health and Wellness: a holistic approach (10th edn) London: Jones & Boston, 2010
  • Engel GL. The clinical application of the biopsychosocial model American Journal of Psychiatry 1980; 137: 535–44
  • Engel GL. The need for a new medical model: a challenge for biomedicine Science 1977; 196: 129–36
  • Freeman G and Hjortdahl P. What future for continuity of care in general practice? British Medical Journal 1997; 314: 1870–3
  • Greenhalgh T and Eversley J. Quality in General Practice: towards a holistic approach London: King's Fund, 1999
  • Haggerty JL. Continuity of care British Medical Journal 2003; 327: 1219–21
  • Hjortdahl P and Laerum E. Continuity of care in general practice: effect on patient satisfaction British Medical Journal 1992; 304: 1287–90
  • Hjortdahl P. General practice and continuity of care: organisational aspects Family Practice 1989; 6: 292–8
  • Horder J. The Future General Practitioner London: RCGP, 1972
  • Howie JGR, Heaney DJ, Maxwell M, Walker JJ, Freeman GK. Developing a ‘consultation quality index’ (CQI) for use in general practice Family Practice 2000; 17 (6): 455–61
  • Howie JGR, Heaney DJ, Maxwell M. Quality and core values and the general practice consultation: issues of definition, measurement and delivery Family Practice 2004; 21(4): 458–68
  • Howie JGR, Porter AMD, Heaney DJ, Hopton JL. Long to short consultation ratio: a proxy measure of quality of care for general practice British Journal of General Practice 1991; 41: 48–54
  • Howie JGR. Millennium 2000: is quality care a realistic target? Asia Pacific Family Medicine 2002; 1: 8–9
  • Innes AD, Campion PD, Griffiths FE. Complex consultations and the ‘edge of chaos’ British Journal of General Practice 2005; 55(510):47–52
  • Neighbour R. The Inner Consultation (2nd edn) Lancaster: MTP Press, 2004
  • Pelaccia T, Tardif J, Triby E, Charlin B. An analysis of clinical reasoning through a recent and comprehensive approach: the dual-process theory Medical Education Online 2011; 16: 10.3402/meo.v16i0.5890. Published online 2011 March 14, doi: 10.3402/meo.v16i0.5890
  • Pendleton D, Schofield T, Tate P, Havelock P. The Consultation: an approach to learning and teaching (2nd edn) Oxford: Oxford Medical Press, 2003
  • Pietroni P. Holistic medicine: new lessons to be learned Practitioner 1987; 231: 1386–90
  • Schmidt HG, Norman GR, Boshuizen HPA. A cognitive perspective of medical expertise: theory and implications Academic Medicine 1990; 65: 611–21
  • Stott NCH and Davis RH. The exceptional potential in each primary care consultation Journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners 1979; 29: 201–9
  • Wilson A, McDonald P, Hayes L, Cooney J. Health promotion in general practice: a minute makes a difference British Medical Journal 1992; 304: 227–30
  • Wilson A. Consultation length in general practice: a review British Journal of General Practice 1991; 41: 119–22

 

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