Hill EJR, Solomon Y, Dornan T, Stalmeijer R. ‘You become a man in a man's world’: is there discursive space for women in surgery? Med Educ. 2015; 49(12): 1207-1218.
Hill EJR, Giles JA. Career decisions and gender: the illusion of choice? Perspect Med Educ. 2015;3(3):151–154.
Giles JA, Hill EJR. Examining our hidden curricula: powerful, visible, gendered and discriminatory. Med Educ. 2015;49(3):244–246.
Slevin M, Baldellou M, Hill EJR, Alexander MY, McDowell G, Murgatroyd C, et al. Novel methods for accurate identification, isolation, and genomic analysis of symptomatic microenvironments in atherosclerotic arteries. Methods Mol Biol. 2014; 24: 289-305.
Hill EJR, Bowman K, Stalmeijer R, Hart J. You've got to know the rules to play the game: how medical students negotiate the hidden curriculum of surgical careers. Med Educ. 2014; 48(9): 884–894.
Giles JA, Hill EJR. Looking more reflexively at surgical culture. Med Educ. 2014; 48(12): 1245.
Hill EJR, Bowman KA, Stalmeijer RE, Solomon Y, Dornan T. Can I cut it? Medical students' perceptions of surgeons and surgical careers. 2014; 208(5): 860-867.
Hill EJR, Vaughan SE. “The only girl in the room”: how paradigmatic trajectories deter female students from surgical careers. Med Educ 2013; 47(6): 547-56.
Hill EJR, Giles JA, Dornan T. Teaching when time is limited. Pract Neurol 2012; 12(6): 376-379.
Magee L, Hill EJR, Maile E. Feedback Delivery as a Peer-Tutor. Clin Teach 2012 ;9(1): 56-7.
Hill EJR, Liuzzi F, Giles JA. Peer-Assisted Learning from Three Perspectives: student, tutor and coordinator. Clin Teach 2010; 7(4): 244-6.
Hill EJR. Su-Anna Boddy: Combining Surgery, Politics and Motherhood. Student BMJ 2010; 18: c3154.
Hill EJR, Allen C, Walls J. A man with a lump in his breast. Student BMJ 2009; 17: b197.
Hill EJR, Boles A. Scalpel Undergraduate Surgical Conference. Mediscope 2010; 6: 30.
Hill EJR, Giles JA. Women in Medicine: a Sociological Perspective. J Am Phys Sci Assoc 2011: 5(3): 2.