Phillipa Evans

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The daughter of Jacopo Benincasa, a prosperous wool dyer and Lapa Piangenti, St. Catherine of Siena (1347–1380)was born onMarch 25 [1]. The twenty-third of twenty-five children, Catherine was a twin. Born to a mother in her early forties, Catherine and her sister Giovanna, were weak and lacked physical robustness [1–2]. Immediately after their birth they(More)
Objectives MRCPCH is an essential qualification that all paediatric trainees in the UK must obtain to progress with their specialty training. In August 2009 a structured clinical teaching programme was initiated in the West of Scotland deanery to provide teaching in the clinical examination curriculum, the structure and examination standards. Design The(More)
Probation officers and others who work with young offenders often challenge or confront their clients in relation to pro-criminal comments and criminal behaviour. There is, however, very little research that can inform practitioners about which forms of challenging most effectively engage young people. This study examines the use of challenging by youth(More)
OBJECTIVE To develop a curriculum for residents in obstetrics and gynecology that also provides training in family medicine. METHODS We designed a 5-year curriculum with 36 months of obstetrics and gynecology, 12 of which are as chief resident, with a 4-month rotation through family medicine to meet the primary care requirements, and rotations of 1 month(More)
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