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  • Factors associated with variability in the assessment of UK doctors' professionalism: analysis of survey results. 

    Campbell, JL; Roberts, M; Wright, C; Hill, J; Greco, M; Taylor, M; Richards, S (England, 2011-10-27)
    OBJECTIVES: To investigate potential sources of systematic bias arising in the assessment of doctors' professionalism. DESIGN: Linear regression modelling of cross sectional questionnaire survey data. SETTING: 11 clinical ...
  • The statistics of natural hand movements. 

    Ingram, JN; Körding, KP; Howard, IS; Wolpert, DM (Germany, 2008-06)
    Humans constantly use their hands to interact with the environment and they engage spontaneously in a wide variety of manual activities during everyday life. In contrast, laboratory-based studies of hand function have ...
  • Tablet App halometer for the assessment of dysphotopsia. 

    Buckhurst, PJ; Naroo, SA; Davies, LN; Shah, S; Buckhurst, H; Kingsnorth, A; Drew, T; Wolffsohn, JS (United States, 2015-11)
    PURPOSE: To assess the validity and repeatability of the Aston Halometer. SETTING: University clinic, United Kingdom. DESIGN: Prospective, repeated-measures experimental study. METHODS: The halometer comprises a bright ...

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