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An evaluation of a training intervention to support the use of evidence in healthcare commissioning in England (2019)
Journal Article
Sabey, A. (2020). An evaluation of a training intervention to support the use of evidence in healthcare commissioning in England. International Journal of Evidence-Based Healthcare, 18(1), 58-64. https://doi.org/10.1097/XEB.0000000000000208

AIM: Clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) in England are responsible for the health of their populations through the services they provide, yet we know that the use of evidence to inform commissioning decisions is low. A programme of training in seve... Read More about An evaluation of a training intervention to support the use of evidence in healthcare commissioning in England.

Building capacity to use and undertake applied health research: establishing a training programme for the health workforce in the West of England (2019)
Journal Article
Sabey, A., Bray, I., & Gray, S. (2019). Building capacity to use and undertake applied health research: establishing a training programme for the health workforce in the West of England. Public Health, 167, 62-69. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.puhe.2018.11.001

Objectives Increasing research capacity is important for health services as part of improving the conduct of high quality research which addresses the needs of patients and the public. It is a core function of the 13 Collaborations for Leadership in... Read More about Building capacity to use and undertake applied health research: establishing a training programme for the health workforce in the West of England.

Promoting positive body image and tackling overweight/obesity in children and adolescents: A combined health psychology and public health approach (2018)
Journal Article
Bray, I., Slater, A., Lewis-Smith, H., Bird, E., & Sabey, A. (2018). Promoting positive body image and tackling overweight/obesity in children and adolescents: A combined health psychology and public health approach. Preventive Medicine, 116, 219-221. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ypmed.2018.08.011

© 2018 Elsevier Inc. This article draws attention to the dual global problems of disordered eating and overweight/obesity among children and adolescents. It is well recognised that the main risk factor for disordered eating is body dissatisfaction, y... Read More about Promoting positive body image and tackling overweight/obesity in children and adolescents: A combined health psychology and public health approach.

Increasing engagement with evidence in healthcare: A case study in capacity building (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Sabey, A., & Bray, I. (2018, June). Increasing engagement with evidence in healthcare: A case study in capacity building. Poster presented at UWE Learning and Teaching Conference 2018

The National Institute for Health Research Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care West (NIHR CLAHRC West) works with partner organisations, including the NHS, local authorities and universities, to conduct applied health res... Read More about Increasing engagement with evidence in healthcare: A case study in capacity building.

Increasing engagement with evidence in healthcare: A case study in capacity building (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Sabey, A., & Bray, I. (2017, June). Increasing engagement with evidence in healthcare: A case study in capacity building. Presented at Evidence Live 2017

Objectives The National Institute for Health Research funded the Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care, for the West of England (CLAHRC West) in January 2014, to run for 5 years. CLAHRC West seeks to develop and expand hea... Read More about Increasing engagement with evidence in healthcare: A case study in capacity building.

'It gave me a new lease of life...': GPs' views and experiences of supervising foundation doctors in general practice (2016)
Journal Article
Sabey, A., Harris, M., & Van Hamel, C. (2016). 'It gave me a new lease of life...': GPs' views and experiences of supervising foundation doctors in general practice. Education for Primary Care, 27(2), 106-113. https://doi.org/10.1080/14739879.2015.1113725

© 2016 Taylor & Francis. Background: General practice is a popular placement in the second year of Foundation training. Evaluations suggest this is a positive experience for most trainee doctors and benefits their perceptions of primary care, but t... Read More about 'It gave me a new lease of life...': GPs' views and experiences of supervising foundation doctors in general practice.

Views of newly-qualified GPs about their training and preparedness: Lessons for extended generalist training (2015)
Journal Article
Sabey, A., & Hardy, H. (2015). Views of newly-qualified GPs about their training and preparedness: Lessons for extended generalist training. British Journal of General Practice, 65(633), e270-e277. https://doi.org/10.3399/bjgp15X684445

©British Journal of General Practice. Background: General practice is becoming increasingly complex due to an ageing population with multiple morbidities and the shift of services from secondary to primary care, yet GP training remains largely the sa... Read More about Views of newly-qualified GPs about their training and preparedness: Lessons for extended generalist training.

Mind the gap (2012)
Journal Article
Sabey, A., & Hardy, H. (2012). Mind the gap. British Journal of General Practice, 62(598), 260

Training in hospitals: What do GP specialist trainees think of workplace-based assessments? (2011)
Journal Article
Sabey, A., & Harris, M. (2011). Training in hospitals: What do GP specialist trainees think of workplace-based assessments?. Education for Primary Care, 22(2), 90-99

Background Workplace-based assessment (WBPA) was introduced in 2007 as a new approach to monitoring competence of GP Specialist Trainees (GP STs). It includes a raft of assessments carried out in the workplace to assess what a trainee actually does... Read More about Training in hospitals: What do GP specialist trainees think of workplace-based assessments?.

Alternatives to hospital care: What are they and who should decide? (1996)
Journal Article
Frankel, S., Inglis, A., Coast, J., Sabey, A., & Frankel, S. J. (1996). Alternatives to hospital care: What are they and who should decide?. BMJ, 312(7024), 162-166. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.312.7024.162

Objective: To examine potential for alternatives to care in hospitals for acute admissions, and to compare the decisions about these alternatives made by clinicians with different backgrounds. Design: Standardised tool was used to identify patients w... Read More about Alternatives to hospital care: What are they and who should decide?.


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