Department of Health. Medical Schools: Delivering Doctors of the Future. Department of Health, 2004.
House of Commons Health Committee. NHS Deficits: First Report of Session 2006–07. TSO (The Stationery Office), 2006.
Tew, J, Gell, C, Foster, S.
Learning from Experience: Involving Service Users and Carers in Mental Health Education and Training. Mental Health in Higher Education, National Institute for Mental Health in England West Midlands, Trent Workforce Development Confederation, 2004.
Hitchen, L. Robbing Peter to pay Paul. BMJ
2007; 334: 388–9.
Bevan, G. The medical service increment for teaching: a £400m anachronism for the English NHS?
1999; 319: 908–11.
Clack, GB, Bevan, G, Eddleston, ALWF. Service increment for teaching (SIFT): a review of its origins, development and current role in supporting undergraduate medical education in England and Wales. Med Educ
1999; 33: 350–8.
NHS Executive. SIFT into the Future: Future Arrangements for Allocating Funds and Contracting for NHS Service Support and Facilities for Teaching Undergraduate Medical Students (Winyard Report). NHS Executive, 1995.
Clack, GB. Medical service increment for teaching (SIFT): not an anachronism but essential to promote quality in medical education. Med Educ
2000; 34: 88–9.
Department of Health. Funding Streams to Support Continuing the Work in Teaching PCTs. Department of Health, 2003.
Department of Health. NHS Financial Performance Quarter 1 2006–07. Department of Health, 2006.
Gutenstein, M. How much? The price of medical education. Student BMJ
2000; 8: 1–44.
Karim, K, Edwards, R, Dogra, N, Anderson, I, Davies, T, Lindsay, J, et al. A survey of the teaching and assessment of undergraduate psychiatry in the medical schools of the United Kingdom and Ireland: undergraduate psychiatry: what's going on. Med Teach
2009; 31: 1024–9.
Dogra, N, Edwards, R, Karim, K, Cavendish, S. Current issues in undergraduate psychiatry education: the findings of a qualitative study. Adv Health Sci Educ Theory Pract
2008; 13: 309–23.
Badcock, LJ, Raj, N, Gadsby, K, Deighton, CM. Meeting the needs of increasing numbers of medical students – a best practise approach. Rheumatology
2006; 45: 899–903.
Eagles, J. Should the NHS revise its role in medical student education?
Scott Med J
2005; 50: 144–7.