Recent Publications include:

RCGP Conference 2016, Harrogate

Anderson, P & Forde, E. (2016). Identifying and managing interactions in commonly prescribed medications.

Barbour, K., Decker, N. & Forde, E. (2016). Creating dementia friendly surgeries: A systematic approach.

Butcher, A. (2016). How can we meet the needs of GP trainees on maternity leave?

Fraser, A (2016). What do GPs want from their first job?

Fraser, A. (2016). GP Extensivist training pilot in Dorset.

Forde, E. Rutherford, Butcher, A. & Wedderburn, C. (2016). Learning to be a doctor through the arts: Reflection through photography.

Forde,E., Bromilow, J & Wedderburn, C. (2016). Managing emergencies in the community: Learning through simulation.

Satgurunath, N. & Forde, E. (2016). Near peer facilitations: An underutilized resource in GP education.


Other publications and presentations:

Forde, E., Rutherford, Butcher, A & Wedderburn, C. (2016). Innovative teaching on reflective practice:Learning to be a doctor through photography. AMEE Conference, Barcelona. August 2016.


Jones, A., Butcher, A., Forde, E., Wedderburn, C & Scallan, S. (2014). Supporting newly qualified GPs: An evolving educational programme in Dorset. Education for Primary Care 25(6).


Rickenbach, M. & Wedderburn, C. (2012). Follow the yellow brick road: Integrated care-can we do better? British Journal of General Practice, 62, 587-9.


Watts, A., Forde, E., Wedderburn, C., Butcher, A., Bromilow, J & Scallan, S. (2015). Simulation training of medical emergencies in the community. RCGP conference, October 2015.


Wedderburn, C., Scallan. S., Whittle, C & Curtis, A. The views and experiences of female GPs on professional practice and career support. Education for Primary Care 24(5):321-9.


Wedderburn, C., Battcock, T., Masding, M & Scallan, S. (2012). A pilot learning set for newly appointed GPs and hospital consultants. Education for Primary Care 23(1): 47-9.