Alan Bleakley
Alan Bleakley
Emeritus Professor of Medical Education
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Stories as data, data as stories: making sense of narrative inquiry in clinical education
A Bleakley
Medical education 39 (5), 534-540, 2005
Broadening conceptions of learning in medical education: the message from teamworking
A Bleakley
Medical education 40 (2), 150-157, 2006
The transition from medical student to junior doctor: today’s experiences of Tomorrow’s Doctors
N Brennan, O Corrigan, J Allard, J Archer, R Barnes, A Bleakley, T Collett, ...
Medical education 44 (5), 449-458, 2010
From reflective practice to holistic reflexivity
A Bleakley
Studies in higher education 24 (3), 315-330, 1999
Medical education for the future: Identity, power and location
A Bleakley, J Bligh, J Browne
Springer Science & Business Media, 2011
An open letter to The BMJ editors on qualitative research
T Greenhalgh, E Annandale, R Ashcroft, J Barlow, N Black, A Bleakley, ...
Bmj 352, 2016
Students learning from patients: Let’s get real in medical education
A Bleakley, J Bligh
Advances in Health Sciences Education 13 (1), 89-107, 2008
Medical humanities and medical education: how the medical humanities can shape better doctors
A Bleakley
Routledge, 2015
Writing with invisible ink: Narrative, confessionalism and reflective practice
A Bleakley
Reflective practice 1 (1), 11-24, 2000
Thinking the post‐colonial in medical education
A Bleakley, J Brice, J Bligh
Medical education 42 (3), 266-270, 2008
Improving teamwork climate in operating theatres: the shift from multiprofessionalismto interprofessionalism
A Bleakley, J Boyden, A Hobbs, L Walsh, J Allard
Journal of interprofessional care 20 (5), 461-470, 2006
Pre‐registration house officers and ward‐based learning: anew apprenticeship'model
A Bleakley
Medical education 36 (1), 9-15, 2002
Emotional intelligence medical education: measuring the unmeasurable?
NJ Lewis, CE Rees, JN Hudson, A Bleakley
Advances in Health Sciences Education 10 (4), 339-355, 2005
Gender matters in medical education
A Bleakley
Patient-Centred Medicine in Transition, 111-126, 2014
Blunting Occam's razor: aligning medical education with studies of complexity
A Bleakley
Journal of evaluation in clinical practice 16 (4), 849-855, 2010
Making sense of clinical reasoning: judgement and the evidence of the senses
A Bleakley, R Farrow, D Gould, R Marshall
Medical education 37 (6), 544-552, 2003
Working in “teams” in an era of “liquid” healthcare: What is the use of theory?
A Bleakley
Journal of interprofessional care 27 (1), 18-26, 2013
Distributing menus to hungry learners: can learning by simulation become simulation of learning?
J Bligh, A Bleakley
Medical teacher 28 (7), 606-613, 2006
The animalizing imagination: Totemism, textuality and ecocriticism
A Bleakley
Springer, 1999
‘Your creativity or mine?’: a typology of creativities in higher education and the value of a pluralistic approach
A Bleakley*
Teaching in higher education 9 (4), 463-475, 2004
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