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Professional Collaboration with Parents of Children with Disabilities
The collaborative outlook. The modern family. Development in the family whose child has a disability. Parentsa responses to their childa s disability. The responses of siblings and grandparents.Expand
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Queering gender: anima/animus and the paradigm of emergence.
  • S. Mckenzie
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The Journal of analytical psychology
  • 1 June 2006
An exploration into the world of the queer others of gender and sexuality moves us beyond the binary opposition of male/masculinity and female/femininity in our understanding of gender and expandsExpand
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Merger in Lesbian Relationships
Much of the clinical literature on lesbian relationships focuses on the pathological aspects of the psychodynamic merging (Burch, 1982, 1985; Decker, 1984; Elise, 1986; Krestan & Bepko, 1980). ThisExpand
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Initiatives aimed at retaining ethnically diverse student nurses in undergraduate programmes: An integrative review
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES To identify initiatives aimed at retaining ethnically diverse students in Bachelor/Baccalaureate undergraduate nursing programmes. The review focused on identifying strategiesExpand
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What motivates junior doctors to teach medical students
There is a growing demand for “near peer” teaching in the delivery of medical curriculum. Experienced senior physicians are increasingly more occupied with competing demands on their time andExpand
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Practically prepared? Pre-intern student views following an education package
  • S. Mckenzie, C. Mellis
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Advances in medical education and practice
  • 27 January 2017
This study examines the impact of a pre-intern (PrInt) education package, consisting of a short intensive course, followed by a one-month clinical attachment, on knowledge, experience, knowledge, and confidence in procedural skills. Expand
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Interns reflect: the effect of formative assessment with feedback during pre-internship
Background It is widely known that the opportunity for medical students to be observed and to receive feedback on their procedural skills performance is variable in the senior years. To address thisExpand
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Genders and sexualities in individuation: theoretical and clinical explorations.
  • S. Mckenzie
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • The Journal of analytical psychology
  • 1 February 2010
Gender assignment, as a key aspect of identity and cultural position, has existed throughout recorded time and across all cultures. An individual's biological sex and particular cultural milieu has aExpand
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