John Goldie
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Connectivism: A knowledge learning theory for the digital age?
JGS Goldie
Medical teacher 38 (10), 1064-1069, 2016
82752016
The formation of professional identity in medical students: considerations for educators
J Goldie
Medical teacher 34 (9), e641-e648, 2012
3252012
Review of ethics curricula in undergraduate medical education
J Goldie
Medical education 34 (2), 108-119, 2000
2622000
Teaching professionalism in the early years of a medical curriculum: a qualitative study
J Goldie, A Dowie, P Cotton, J Morrison
Medical education 41 (6), 610-617, 2007
1872007
AMEE Education Guide no. 29: Evaluating educational programmes
J Goldie
Medical Teacher 28 (3), 210-224, 2006
1522006
The impact of three years' ethics teaching, in an integrated medical curriculum, on students′ proposed behaviour on meeting ethical dilemmas
J Goldie, L Schwartz, A McConnachie, J Morrison
Medical education 36 (5), 489-497, 2002
1412002
Assessment of professionalism: a consolidation of current thinking
J Goldie
Medical teacher 35 (2), e952-e956, 2013
1072013
Impact of a new course on students’ potential behaviour on encountering ethical dilemmas
J Goldie, L Schwartz, A McConnachie, J Morrison
Medical education 35 (3), 295-302, 2001
972001
A process evaluation of medical ethics education in the first year of a new medical curriculum
J Goldie, L Schwartz, J Morrison
Medical Education 34 (6), 468-473, 2000
942000
Students' attitudes and potential behaviour with regard to whistle blowing as they pass through a modern medical curriculum
J Goldie, L Schwartz, A McConnachie, J Morrison
Medical education 37 (4), 368-375, 2003
902003
The impact of a modern medical curriculum on students' proposed behaviour on meeting ethical dilemmas
J Goldie, L Schwartz, A McConnachie, J Morrison
Medical education 38 (9), 942-949, 2004
702004
What makes a good clinical student and teacher? An exploratory study
J Goldie, A Dowie, A Goldie, P Cotton, J Morrison
BMC medical education 15 (1), 1-8, 2015
602015
Integrating professionalism teaching into undergraduate medical education in the UK setting
J Goldie
Medical teacher 30 (5), 513-527, 2008
582008
The detrimental ethical shift towards cynicism: can medical educators help prevent it?
JGS Goldie
Medical education 38 (3), 232-234, 2004
332004
Can students’ reasons for choosing set answers to ethical vignettes be reliably rated? Development and testing of a method
J Goldie, L Schwartz, A Mcconnachie, B Jolly, J Morrison
Medical teacher 26 (8), 713-718, 2004
242004
Whose information is it anyway? Informing a 12-year-old patient of her terminal prognosis
J Goldie, L Schwartz, J Morrison
Journal of medical ethics 31 (7), 427-434, 2005
232005
Students’ attitudes and potential behaviour to a competent patient’s request for withdrawal of treatment as they pass through a modern medical curriculum
J Goldie, L Schwartz, J Morrison
Journal of medical ethics 30 (4), 371-376, 2004
202004
Testing the validity of a scenario-based questionnaire to assess the ethical sensitivity of undergraduate medical students
L Lohfeld, J Goldie, L Schwartz, K Eva, P Cotton, J Morrison, ...
Medical Teacher 34 (8), 635-642, 2012
182012
A medical education view on sociological perspectives on professionalism
J Morrison, A Dowie, P Cotton, J Goldie
Medical education 43 (9), 824-825, 2009
132009
Situating general practice training in the general practice context
J Goldie, J Morrison
British Journal of General Practice 62 (597), e311-e313, 2012
112012
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