Rola Ajjawi
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Using Hermeneutic Phenomenology to Investigate How Experienced Practitioners Learn to Communicate Clinical Reasoning.
R Ajjawi, J Higgs
Qualitative Report 12 (4), 612-638, 2007
Shedding the cobra effect: problematising thematic emergence, triangulation, saturation and member checking
L Varpio, R Ajjawi, LV Monrouxe, BC O'Brien, CE Rees
Medical education 51 (1), 40-50, 2017
Developing evaluative judgement: enabling students to make decisions about the quality of work
J Tai, R Ajjawi, D Boud, P Dawson, E Panadero
Higher Education 76 (3), 467-481, 2018
The “educational alliance” as a framework for reconceptualizing feedback in medical education
S Telio, R Ajjawi, G Regehr
Academic Medicine 90 (5), 609-614, 2015
Researching feedback dialogue: An interactional analysis approach
R Ajjawi, D Boud
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 42 (2), 252-265, 2017
Learning to reason: a journey of professional socialisation
R Ajjawi, J Higgs
Advances in health sciences education 13 (2), 133-150, 2008
Feedback and the educational alliance: examining credibility judgements and their consequences
S Telio, G Regehr, R Ajjawi
Medical Education 50 (9), 933-942, 2016
Examining the nature and effects of feedback dialogue
R Ajjawi, D Boud
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 43 (7), 1106-1119, 2018
A qualitative synthesis of video feedback in higher education
P Mahoney, S Macfarlane, R Ajjawi
Teaching in Higher Education 24 (2), 157-179, 2019
Undertaking and reporting qualitative research
J Tai, R Ajjawi
The clinical teacher 13 (3), 175-182, 2016
Developing evaluative judgement in higher education
R Ajjawi, P Dawson, J Tai
Routledge, 2018
Aligning assessment with the needs of work-integrated learning: The challenges of authentic assessment in a complex context
R Ajjawi, J Tai, TL Huu Nghia, D Boud, L Johnson, CJ Patrick
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 45 (2), 304-316, 2020
Autoethnography: introducing ‘I’into medical education research
L Farrell, G Bourgeois‐Law, G Regehr, R Ajjawi
Medical Education 49 (10), 974-982, 2015
The construction of power in family medicine bedside teaching: a video observation study
CE Rees, R Ajjawi, LV Monrouxe
Medical Education 47 (2), 154-165, 2013
‘Is there a Plan B?’: clinical educators supporting underperforming students in practice settings
M Bearman, E Molloy, R Ajjawi, J Keating
Teaching in Higher Education 18 (5), 531-544, 2013
Core components of communication of clinical reasoning: a qualitative study with experienced Australian physiotherapists
R Ajjawi, J Higgs
Advances in health sciences education 17 (1), 107-119, 2012
Challenging feedback myths: values, learner involvement and promoting effects beyond the immediate task
E Molloy, R Ajjawi, M Bearman, C Noble, J Rudland, A Ryan
Medical education 54 (1), 33-39, 2020
Exploring the tensions of being and becoming a medical educator
A Sethi, R Ajjawi, S McAleer, S Schofield
BMC medical education 17 (1), 1-10, 2017
Family physician preceptors’ conceptualizations of health advocacy: implications for medical education
MM Hubinette, R Ajjawi, S Dharamsi
Academic Medicine 89 (11), 1502-1509, 2014
Balancing health care education and patient care in the UK workplace: a realist synthesis
S Sholl, R Ajjawi, H Allbutt, J Butler, D Jindal‐Snape, J Morrison, C Rees
Medical Education 51 (8), 787-801, 2017
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