Anne Josephine Moore

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There has been concern that the move towards generalism means that specialties, such as neurosurgery, are being pushed out of the undergraduate syllabus. Surveys were created, along with the Society of British Neurological Surgeons, and sent to medical school representatives (MSRs) and neurosurgery programme directors (NPDs) in the United Kingdom (UK). 60%(More)
AIMS To present a retrospective case series resulting from the co-operation in cranioplasty procedures between neurosurgeons and maxillofacial surgeons of the Atkinson Morley's and Royal Marsden Hospitals of London, UK for the period 1985-2003. MATERIALS AND METHODS The cranioplasty case series is part of an integrated analysis of the complete Atkinson(More)
PURPOSE To better understand the steps undertaken by medical specialties to develop and implement undergraduate national, and international, educational guidelines for use in medical schools, and to find what makes them successful in terms of uptake and knowledge. METHODS Systematic review of databases to find inter- and nationally-created undergraduate(More)
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