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Geraldine Surman trained in biology and environmental biology at Oxford Brookes University (then Oxford Polytechnic) and in Ecosystems Analysis and Governance at the University of Warwick. She later studied epidemiology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. She has worked on various studies covering topics including HRT and the menopause and thromboprophylaxis in pregnancy. For several years she was responsible for the day-to-day management of a large database relating to children with early childhood impairments (specifically cerebral palsy and severe vision loss and hearing loss), co-ordinating cerebral palsy research in the UK and has participated in related research projects in the UK and Europe and liaised with fellow researchers world-wide. In 2011, Geraldine joined the Unit of Health Care Epidemiology to carry out research for the UK Medical Careers Research Group using data from surveys of doctors.
Perceived future career prospects in general practice: quantitative results from questionnaire surveys of UK doctors.
Lambert TW. et al, (2016), Br J Gen Pract, 66, e848 - e857
Doctors' enjoyment of their work and satisfaction with time available for leisure: UK time trend questionnaire-based study.
Surman G. et al, (2016), Postgrad Med J, 92, 194 - 200
Decreasing prevalence in cerebral palsy: a multi-site European population-based study, 1980 to 2003.
Sellier E. et al, (2016), Dev Med Child Neurol, 58, 85 - 92
UK doctors and equal opportunities in the NHS: national questionnaire surveys of views on gender, ethnicity and disability.
Lambert T. et al, (2014), J R Soc Med, 107, 398 - 408
Trends in junior doctors' certainty about their career choice of eventual clinical specialty: UK surveys
Surman G. et al, (2013), Postgraduate Medical Journal, 89, 632 - 637