Details of research papers and conference presentations by members or affiliates of the Sussex Simulation Hub are included here;

  1. Scott-Smith W, 2013. Diagnostic Reasoning in medical students using a simulated environment. University of Brighton (EdD), Brighton. Full Text.
  2. Mobile Medical Education (MoMEd) – how mobile information resources contribute to learning for undergraduate clinical students – a mixed methods study. Bethany S Davies, Jethin Rafique, Tim R Vincent, Jil Fairclough, Mark H Packer, Richard Vincent and Inam Haq. BMC 2012. 12.1. Full Text.
  3. Powell N, Parry M, Gent N, Bruce C & W Scott-Smith. 2014. The Quality Ward Round Project (QWRP): using simulation to deliver an educational programme promoting multi-professional team working. BMJ Simulation & TEL, 1 (suppl 1) A17.
  4. Parry M & W Scott-Smith, 2014. Promoting exploratory discourse with post-simulation debriefs. BMJ Simulation & TEL, 1 (suppl 1) A19.
  5. Stewart-Parker E, Martinou E, Galloway R, Finn S, Kalidasan V & S Vig. 2014. Developing non technical skills through simulation: Designing a course to improve patient safety. BMJ Simulation & TEL, 1 (suppl 1) A20.
  6. Nagy A, Scott-Smith W. 2015. Can simulation clarify diagnostic skills for newly qualified doctors? BMJ Simulation & TEL, 1 (suppl 2), A48.
  7. Scott-Smith W. 2016. Transformative Learning and High Fidelity Simulation (Chapter 31). In Clinical Communication in Medicine. Eds Brown J, Noble, L, Papageorgiou A, Kidd J. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford.
  8. Witheridge A, Ferns G, Scott-Smith W. 2019. Fourth-year medical students’ experiences of diagnostic consultations in a simulated primary care setting. International Journal of Medical Education. ISSN: 2042-6372
  9. Scott-Smith, Wesley and Dearnley, Nicola (2018) [Abstract] Do the experiences of novice simulation faculty reflect national standards? 9th ASPiH annual conference 2018, Southport, England, 13-15 November 2018. Published in: BMJ Simulation & Technology Enhanced Learning. 4 (2) A5. BMJ ISSN 2056-6697