Publications list for Ms Annette Burgess

2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2008

2013

   
  • Burgess, A., Clark, T., Chapman, R., Mellis, C. (2013), Senior medical students as peer examiners in an OSCE. Medical Teacher. 35(1), 58-62. [Abstract]
  • Burgess, A., Clark, T., Chapman, R., Mellis, C. (2013), Medical student experience as simulated patients in the OSCE. The Clinical Teacher. 10(4), 246-250. [Abstract]
  • Gaitsgory, O., Burgess, A., Mellis, C. (2013), Opinion piece: 'Medical students - learning from textbooks or electronic media?'. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health. , E370-372. [Abstract]
  • Burgess, A., Roberts, C., Black, K., Mellis, C. (2013), Senior medical student perceived ability and experience in giving peer feedback in formative long case examinations. BMC Medical Education. 13, 79. [Abstract]

2012

   
  • Burgess, A., Black, K., Chapman, R., Clark, T., Roberts, C., Mellis, C. (2012), Teaching skills for students: our future educators. The Clinical Teacher. 9(5), 312-316. [Abstract]
  • Burgess, A., Ramsey-Stewart, G., May, J., Mellis, C. (2012), Team-based learning methods in teaching topographical anatomy by dissection. ANZ Journal of Surgery. 82(6), 457-460. [Abstract]
  • Chapman-Konarska, R., Mellis, C., Burgess, A., Black, K. (2012), Teaching professionalism in the medical program. International Journal of Clinical Skills. 6(1), 3-6.

2011

   
  • Burgess, A., Black, K. (2011), Factors motivating Clinical Training Associates (CTAs) to work with medical students. International Journal of Clinical Skills. 5, 39-41.

2010

   
  • Ramsey-Stewart, G., Burgess, A., Hill, D. (2010), Back to the future: teaching anatomy by whole-body dissection. The Medical journal of Australia. 193(11/12), 668-71. [Abstract]
  • Burgess, A. (2010), Evaluation of the paediatric clinical teaching component of a new medical program. International Journal of Clinical Skills. 4(1), 62-64.

2008

   
  • Farrar, M., Connolly, A., Lawson, J., Burgess, A., Lonergan, A., Bye, A. (2008), Teaching doctors how to diagnose paroxysmal events: a comparison of two educational methods. Medical Education. 42(9), 909-914. [Abstract]