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Professor Isobel Braidman - publications

List of publications


  • Lown N, Davies I, Cordingley ME, Bundy CC, Braidman IP. (2009). Development of a method to investigate medical students' perceptions of their personal and professional development. Adv Health Sci Educ Theory Pract, 14(4), 475-486. eScholarID:1d17719 | DOI:10.1007/s10459-008-9130-6


  • Braidman IP, Regan M, Cowie B. (2008). Online reflective learning supported by student facilitators. Med Educ, 42(5), 528-529. eScholarID:1d17247 | DOI:10.1111/j.1365-2923.2008.03061.x
  • Austin CE, Braidman IP. (2008). Support for portfolio in the initial years of the undergraduate medical school curriculum; what do the tutors think? Medical Teacher, 30(3), 265 - 271. eScholarID:1d28012


  • Wakefield AB, Attree MJ, Braidman IP, Carlisle C, Johnson Martin, Cooke HF. (2005). Patient safety: Do nursing and medical curricula address this theme? Nurse Education Today, 25, 333-340. eScholarID:1d26459 | DOI:10.1016/j.nedt.2005.02.004


  • BatraG.S, HaineyL, Freemont AJ, AndrewG, SaundersP.T, Hoyland JA, Braidman IP. (2003). Evidence for cell-specific changes with age in expression of oestrogen receptor (ER) alpha and beta in bone fractures from men and women. J Pathol, 200, 1, 65-73. eScholarID:1d25121 | DOI:10.1002/path.1332


  • Braidman IP, Hainey L, Batra G, Selby PL, Saunders P.T, Hoyland JA. (2001). Localization of estrogen receptor beta protein expression in adult human bone. J.Bone Miner.Res, 16, 2, 214-220. eScholarID:1d7054
  • Byers RJ, Hoyland JA, Braidman IP. (2001). Osteoporosis in men: a cellular endocrine perspective of an increasingly common clinical problem. J.Endocrinol, 168, 3, 353-362. eScholarID:1d7119