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Published Research

Title Publisher Date
Could the UK Foundation Programme training post allocation process result in regional variations in the knowledge and skills of Foundation doctors? A cross‐sectional study
Christopher Beck, Celia Brown

UKMEDP106
Health Science Reports November 2020
‘10% of your medical students will cause 90% of your problems’: a prospective correlational study
Marina Sawdon, JC McLachlan

UKMEDP077
BMJ Open November 2020
Differential attainment in the MRCPsych according to ethnicity and place of qualification between 2013 and 2018: a UK cohort study
Paul Tiffin, Lewis Paton

UKMEDP103
BMJ Journals September 2020
Calculated grades, predicted grades, forecasted grades and actual A-level grades: Reliability, correlations and predictive validity in medical school applicants, undergraduates, and postgraduates in a time of COVID-19
Chris McManus, Katherine Woolf, Dave Harrison, Paul Tiffin, Lewis Paton, Kevin Yet Fong Cheung, Daniel Smith

UKMEDP112
medRxiv June 2020
A comparison of undergraduate outcomes for students from gateway courses and standard entry medicine courses
Sally Curtis, Daniel Smith

UKMEDP038
BMC Medical Education January 2020
Are there differences between those doctors who apply for a training post in Foundation Year 2 and those who take time out of the training pathway? A UK multicohort study
Jennifer Cleland, Gordon Prescott, Kim Walker, Peter Johnston, Ben Kumwenda

UKMEDP046
BMJ Open November 2019
A sequential analysis of the specialty allocation process in the UK. Empirical evidence from the UKMED database.
Idaira Rodriguez Santana,Martin Chalkley

UKMEDP022
UKMED July 2019
Sociodemographic and educational characteristics of doctors applying for psychiatry training in the UK: Secondary analysis of data from the UK Medical Education Database project.
Lambe, P., Gale, T., Price, T., & Roberts, M. (n.d.).

UKMEDP030
BJPsych Bulletin May 2019
Relationship between sociodemographic factors and specialty destination of UK trainee doctors: a national cohort study
Ben Kumwenda, Jennifer Cleland, Gordon Prescott, Kim Walker, Peter Johnston

UKMEDP026
BMJ Open March 2019
Effect of sex on specialty training application outcomes: a longitudinal administrative data study of UK medical graduates
Katherine Woolf, Hirosha Jayaweera, Emily Unwin, Karim Keshwani, Christopher Valerio, Henry Potts

UKMEDP020
BMJ Open March 2019
Geographical mobility of UK trainee doctors, from family home to first job: a national cohort study
Ben Kumwenda, Jennifer A Cleland, Gordon J Prescott, Kim Walker, Peter W Johnston

UKMEDP026
BMC Medical Education December 2018
Impact of accelerated, graduate-entry medicine courses: a comparison of profile, success, and specialty destination between graduate entrants to accelerated or standard medicine courses in UK
Paul Garrud, Chris McManus

UKMEDP002
BMC Medical Education November 2018
Evaluating the validity of the selection measures used for the UK’s foundation medical training programme: a national cohort study
Daniel Smith, Paul Tiffin

UKMEDP003
BMJ Open July 2018
Relationship between sociodemographic factors and selection into UK postgraduate medical training programmes: a national cohort study
Ben Kumwenda, Jennifer A Cleland, Gordon J Prescott, Kim Walker, Peter W Johnston

UKMEDP026
BMJ Open June 2018
Predictors of fitness to practise declarations in UK medical undergraduates
Lewis Paton, Paul Tiffin, Daniel Smith, Jon Dowell, Lazaro Mwandigha

UKMEDP001
BMC Medical Education April 2018
Factors associated with junior doctors’decisions to apply for general practice training programmes in the UK: secondary analysis of data from the UKMED project
Thomas C. E. Gale, Paul J. Lambe, Martin J. Roberts

UKMEDP030
BMC Medicine December 2017
The relationship between school type and academic performance at medical school: a national, multi-cohort study
Ben Kumwenda, Jennifer A Cleland, Kim Walker, Amanda J Lee, Rachel Greatrix

UKMEDP026
BMJ Open September 2017

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