Profiles And Contributions To This Article

Recruitment of doctors to work in 'our hinterland': first results from the Swansea Graduate Entry Programme in Medicine

Suzanne  Edwards

Dr Suzanne Edwards

qualifications: PhD

contribution: wrote the first draft, collected data, literature review, qualitative analysis, devised survey tool

position: Lecturer

United Kingdom

Lead on Medicine, Health and Society in Medical Curriculum (Mb BCh). My research interests revolve around work and worklessness, and their impact on mental health. I have an interest in health care delivery, particularly in a primary care setting.


Ana L Sergio Da Silva

Ana Sergio Da Silva

qualifications: PhD

contribution: collected data, contributed to drafts, literature review, qualitative analysis, devised survey tool

position: Lecturer


Frances L Rapport

Frances Rapport

qualifications: PhD

contribution: original concept, designed the project, contributed to drafts, qualitative analysis

position: Director of the Qualitative Research Unit


Judy  McKimm

Judy McKimm

qualifications: MBA

contribution: contributed to drafts, designed the project, qualitative analysis

position: Dean of Medical Education

United Kingdom

Dean and Professor of Medical Education, Swansea University. Research interests include indegenous, rural and remote health and workforce development and health professions education and training.


Rhys  Williams

Rhys Williams

qualifications: FRCP

contribution: original concept, designed the project, contributed to drafts

position: Emeritus Professor of Clinical Epidemiology


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