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Mandy Hampshire

Director of BMBS Admissions / Clinical Associate Professor, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences


Expertise Summary

  • Undergraduate Medical Education
  • Admissions to Medicine
  • Widening Access to Medicine

Teaching Summary

Admissions to Medicine and Widening Participation in Medicine

Undergraduate teaching in Medicine, staff development, teaching in the primary care setting

Research Summary

Research interests: Undergraduate Medical Education. Selection for Medicine, Widening Participation in Medicine

Recent Publications

  • PARK, S., KHAN, N.F., HAMPSHIRE, M., KNOX, R., MALPASS, A., THOMAS, J., ANAGNOSTELIS, B., NEWMAN, M., BOWER, P., ROSENTHAL, J., MURRAY, EL., ILIFFE, S., HENEGHAN, C., BAND, A. and GEORGIEVA, Z., 2015. A BEME systematic review of UK undergraduate medical education in the general practice setting: BEME Guide No. 32 Medical Teacher. 37(7), 611-630
  • KENDRICK, D., BARLOW, J., HAMPSHIRE, A,, STEWART-BROWN, S. and POLNAY, L., 2008. Parenting interventions and the prevention of unintentional injuries in childhood: systematic review and meta-analysis Child: Care, Health & Development. 24(5), 682-695
  • KENDRICK, D,. BARLOW, J,. STEWART-BROWN, S,. HAMPSHIRE, A,. POLNAY, L., 2008. Parenting interventions and childhood injury: systematic review and meta-analysis. In: Proceedings of the WHO 9th World Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion; Merida, Mexico, 15-18 March 2008 (Oral abstract no. 260) World Health Organisation. 194
  • POLNAY,L., HAMPSHIRE,A.J. and LAKHANPAUL,M., 2007. Manual of Paediatrics: An integrated Approach Churchill Livingstone.

Past Research

Child Health Surveillance. Promoting Change in Primary Care. Using Qualitative Research in Primary Care. Personal Health Records.

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