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Article

Finn, Gabrielle M, Hitch, Geeta, Apampa, Buge, Hennessy, Catherine M, Smith, Claire F, Stewart, Jane and Gard, Paul R (2018) The Anatomical Society core anatomy syllabus for pharmacists: outcomes to create a foundation for practice. Journal of Anatomy, 232 (5). pp. 729-738. ISSN 0021-8782

Fergusson, Stuart J, Aka, Justine, Hennessy, Catherine M, Wilson, Andrew J, Parson, Simon H, Harrison, Ewen M, Finn, Gabrielle M and Gillingwater, Thomas H (2017) Examining the impact of audience response systems on student performance in anatomy education: a randomized controlled trial. Scottish Medical Journal. ISSN 0036-9330 (Accepted)

Whyte, William and Hennessy, Catherine (2017) Social Media use within medical education: a systematic review to develop a pilot questionnaire on how social media can be best used at BSMS. MedEdPublish. ISSN 2312-7996

Hennessy, Catherine (2017) [Letter to the Editor] Lifting the negative cloud of social media use within medical education. Anatomical Sciences Education, 10 (1). pp. 98-99. ISSN 1935-9772

Hennessy, Catherine M, Kirkpatrick, Emma, Smith, Claire F and Border, Scott (2016) Social media and anatomy education: using Twitter to enhance the student learning experience in anatomy. Anatomical Sciences Education, 9 (6). pp. 505-515. ISSN 1935-9772

Book Section

Hennessy, Catherine, Paneris, Ioannis, O'Connor, Anne and McCreesh, Karen (2017) Function and dysfunction of joint. In: Petty, Nikki and Barnard, Kieran (eds.) Principles of Musculoskeletal Treatment and Management. Elsevier. ISBN 9780702067198

Conference or Workshop Item

Hennessy, Catherine (2018) The social media mentor club: coinvestigating social media professionalism for medical students. In: Students Annual Teaching and Learning Conference at University of Sussex, Tuesday 15 May 2018, University of Sussex.

Smith, C, Finn, G, Hennessy, C, Stewart, J and McHanwell, S (2018) [Abstract] The impact of the anatomical society core syllabus in gross anatomy. In: Symposium of abstracts: Anatomical Society Summer Meeting : Anatomists on the Edge, NUI, Galway, Ireland, 27-29 June 2017 In Journal of Anatomy (2018) VOL 232 Issue 2, pp.304-355.

Hennessy, Catherine (2017) Twitter: opportunity or threat in medical education. In: Medical Education Innovation Network, Monday, September 25, 2017, Southampton.

Hennessy, Catherine and Whyte, William (2017) A systematic review to develop a pilot questionnaire on how social media can be best used at BSMS. In: Joint meeting of Anatomical Society and American Association of Anatomists, Galway.

Hennessy, Catherine, Smith, Claire, Turner, Denise and Ferns, Gordon (2017) A review of the main guidelines on how medical students and doctors should use social media to maintain professionalism. In: BSMS PostGrad Research Symposium 2017. (Accepted)

Keenan, Iain D, Border, Scott and Hennessy, Catherine (2016) Live Tweeting at Anatomical Society conferences: a short history of its rise and impact. In: The Anatomical Society Winter Meeting, December, 2016, Kings College, London.

Hennessy, Catherine (2016) The Twitter polling tool: can it be used to increase anatomy exam scores? In: The Anatomical Society Winter meeting, December, 2016, Kings College, London.

Hennessy, Catherine, Keenan, I D and Border, S (2016) Anatomy of a Tweet workshop: how to use social media as an academic tool. In: The Anatomical Society & British Association of Clinical Anatomists Summer meeting in Brighton, 19-22 July 2016, Brighton Sussex Medical School.

Witek, A, Dalton, T, Baigent, T, Li, S, White, C, Hennessy, C and Smith, C (2016) What role does the new interactive educational tool NearPod have in small group anatomy teaching at medical school? In: The Anatomical Society & British Association of Clinical Anatomists Summer Meeting, July 19-22, Brighton Sussex Medical School.

Hennessy, Catherine and Border, S (2015) Does longitudinal Twitter use complement all anatomy learning? A comparison between two cohorts. In: Anatomical Society Winter 2015 Meeting, 14-16 Dec 2015, Cambridge, U.K..

Hennessy, Catherine and Border, S (2015) Winning over hearts and minds: using Twitter to enhance the student learning experience in neuroanatomy. In: AMEE (an International Association for Medical Education) 2015, 5-9 September 2015, Glasgow.

Hennessy, Catherine (2015) Can Twitter be used to enhance student engagement and learning of Neuroanatomy in medical education? In: European Conference on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 8-9 June 2015, University College, Cork, Ireland.

Conference Proceedings

Hennessy, Catherine, Smith, Claire, Turner, Denise and Ferns, Gordon (2017) Twitter: an effective learning tool within medical education. 4th European Conference of Social Media in Vilnius, Lithuania, 03-04 July 2017. Published in: Proceedings of The 4th European Conference on Social Media. Academic Conferences and Publishing ISSN 2055-7213 ISBN 9781911218463

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