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Measuring competence in endoscopic sinus surgery.
BACKGROUND Competence based education is currently being introduced into higher surgical training in the UK. Valid and reliable performance assessment tools are essential to ensure competencies areExpand
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‘Stargazers at the world's end’: telescopes, observatories and ‘views’ of empire in the nineteenth-century British Empire
  • J. Mcaleer
  • Sociology
  • The British Journal for the History of Science
  • 3 August 2011
Abstract This article argues that the study of astronomical observing instruments, their transportation around the globe and the personal and professional networks created by such exchanges areExpand
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‘A young slip of botany’: botanical networks, the South Atlantic, and Britain’s maritime worlds, c.1790–1810*
  • J. Mcaleer
  • History
  • Journal of Global History
  • 8 February 2016
Abstract This article explores the relationship between science and empire, through the prism of British botanical engagement with the South Atlantic in the late eighteenth and early nineteenthExpand
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Assessment of final year medical students in a simulated ward
Performance assessment is becoming increasingly important in both undergraduate and postgraduate assessment. At present, the tools used to assess a medical student’s performance evaluate only theirExpand
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The Romanesque Transept and Choir Elevations of Tewkesbury and Pershore
It has long been thought that the late 11th-century Romanesque abbey churches of Tewkesbury and Pershore, in the West Country of England, had, originally, four-story elevations consisting of arcade,Expand
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Atlantic history reviewed
Over the past number of decades, adopting an ‘Atlantic’ approach has become an increasingly popular way of writing the histories of those continents and people bordering that ocean. This specialistExpand
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Monsoon Traders: The Maritime World of the East India Company
The East India Company grew from an Elizabethan trading venture to control half of global trade, leading directly to the British Raj in India and establishing British commercial and imperialExpand
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Rochester Cathedral, 604-1540: An Architectural History
The aim of this study is to provide an architectural history of the medieval fabric of Rochester Cathedral, from its Saxon origins to the time of the dissolution of the monasteries by Henry VIII. TheExpand
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Evaluating major curriculum change: the effect on student confidence
Aim: The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of major curriculum change within a UK dental school on final-year student self-rated confidence levels. Methods: Final-year dental studentsExpand
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