Publications

Lafferty, N. T. and Manca, A. (2017). Social media and learning. In: Cantillon, P., Wood, D. and Yardley, S. ABC of Learning and Teaching in Medicine. 3rd ed. Oxford: John Wiley & Sons Ltd. 97-104.

Steven, K., Howden, S., Mires, G., Rowe, I., Lafferty, N., Arnold, A. and Strath, A., 2017. Toward interprofessional learning and education: Mapping common outcomes for prequalifying healthcare professional programs in the United Kingdom. Medical Teacher, pp.1-25.

Rocha-Pereira, N., Lafferty, N. & Nathwani, D., 2015. Educating healthcare professionals in antimicrobial stewardship: can online-learning solutions help? The Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy, 70(12), pp.3175–3177.

Sandars, J., Patel, R.S., Goh, P.S., Kokatailo, P.K. & Lafferty, N., 2015. The importance of educational theories for facilitating learning when using technology in medical education. Medical Teacher, 0(0), pp.1–4. Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.3109/0142159X.2015.1019438.

Lafferty, N.T. & Manca, A., 2015. Perspectives on social media in and as research: A synthetic review. International Review of Psychiatry, (27 (2), pp.85-96.

Khogali, S., Smithies, A., Gray, A., Manca, A. & Lafferty, N., 2014. Team-based learning in a UK medical school: Using mobile-friendly technology to support the in-class individual readiness assurance test. Proceedings of the European Conference on e-Learning, ECEL, (October), pp.273–280.

Manca, A., Lafferty, N., Fiorataou, E., Smithies, A. & Hothersall, E., 2014. Integrating Twitter into an undergraduate medical curriculum: Lessons for the future. Proceedings of the European Conference on e-Learning, ECEL, (October), pp.330–338.

Sandars, J. & Lafferty, N., 2010. Twelve Tips on usability testing to develop effective e-learning in medical education. Medical teacher, 32(12), pp.956–960.