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    • Attitudes of physicians and public to pharmaceutical industry “gifts” 

      Macneill, P; Kerridge, I; Newby, D; Stokes, B; Doran, E; Henry, D (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010)
      Background: Few studies have reported the attitudes of both individual doctors and members of the public toward the appropriateness of ‘gifts’ from pharmaceutical companies. Aims: To investigate the attitudes of both ...
    • Grace Under Pressure: a drama-based approach to tackling mistreatment of medical students 

      Scott, KM; Berlec, Š; Nash, L; Hooker, C; Dwyer, P; Macneill, P; River, J; Ivory, K (BMJ Publishing Group, 2016-10-08)
      A positive and respectful learning environment is fundamental to the development of professional identities in healthcare. Yet medical students report poor behaviour from healthcare professionals that contradict professionalism ...
    • In reply to: Questioning the ethics of ethicists 

      Macneill, P; Kerridge, I; Newby, D; Stokes, B; Doran, E; Henry, D (Wiley, 2010)
      Hamor questions ‘the ethics of the ethicists’ without addressing the substantive points made in our paper.1 While our empirical findings were that physicians and members of the public consider that some gifts are appropriate, ...
    • Literature 

      Hooker, C; Macneill, P (Springer Reference, 2015-03)
      Literature has been proposed as a means to enrich an understanding of ethical issues within medicine and health care and as a resource in medical education. Its proponents argue for the value of understanding human suffering, ...
    • Response to Kamath et al 'A syncretic approach can yield dividends' 

      Macneill, P; Scott, K; River, J; Dwyer, P; Hooker, C; Nash, L; Ivory, K (BMJ Publishing Group, 2017-04-23)
      We welcome the response from Kamath et al. and their insight into the issues and culture within medicine in India, and their thoughts about how to address these issues. We also agree that a drama-based approach is not ...