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Bryson, D. (2001) Research for medical illustrators: searching for references. Journal of Audiovisual Media in Medicine 2001; 24 (2): 64-9.
Bryson, D. (2004) Patient privacy. Journal of Audiovisual Media in Medicine 27 (1): 37-8.
Bryson, D. (2004) Accessible Web Design. Journal of Audiovisual Media in Medicine 27(3): 131-4.
Bryson, D. (2006) Sharing Good Practice. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 29(2): 84-6.
Bryson, D. (2006) Giving a presentation. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 29(3): 115-8.
Bryson, D. (2006) Patient Information Design. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 29(4): 166-7.
Bryson, D. (2007) Supporting patients. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 30(1): 27-8.
Bryson, D. (2007) Maintaining evidence based practice. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 30(3): 132 – 134.
Bryson, D. (2009) Personalising your learning. Journal of Visual Communication Media in Medicine 32(3-4): 105-107.
Bryson, D. (2010) Team based review and reflection. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 33(1): 39-40.
Bryson, D. (2010) Adding variety to your learning activities. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 33(2): 83-85.
Bryson, D. (2010) Google scholar and e-journals. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 33 (3): 122–125.
Bryson, D. (2011) Ethical dimensions to reflection. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 34(1): 36-37.
Bryson, D. (2011) Writing up a case presentation. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 34(2): 77-79.
Bryson, D. (2011) The reflection bookshelf. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 34(3):122-123.
Bryson, D. (2011) The Personal Development Planning Cycle. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 34(4):177-182.
Bryson, D. (2012) Using flashcards for learning. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 35(1): 25-29.
Bryson, D. (2012) Using research papers: Citations, referencing and plagiarism Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 35(2): 82-84.
Bryson, D. (2012) Developing and sharing your CPD portfolio. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 35(3): 139-142.
Bryson, D. (2012) Learning journal and portfolio tools. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 35(4): 178-180.
Bryson, D. (2013) Current Issues: Consent for clinical photography. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 36(1-2): 62-63.
Bryson, D. (2013) Are you a researcher as well as a medical illustrator? Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 36(3-4): 150-152.
Bryson, D. (2013) Referencing web pages and e-journals. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 36(3-4): 146-149.
Bryson, D. (2014) Conflict of interest and privilege in clinical and medicolegal photography: A short summary. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 37(1-2): 51-53.
Bryson, D. (2014) The developing professional. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 37 (3-4): 107-111.
Bryson, D. (2016) Journals and CPD. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 39(1-2):73-76. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17453054.2016.1182477 
Bryson, D. (2016) Professional language: understanding and being understood. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 39(3-4): 158-159. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17453054.2016.1246942 
Bryson D. & Hudson, R. (2017) Writing a book review. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine. 40(1-2): 91-93.
Bryson, D. (2017) Can MOOCs meet your learning needs? Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine. 40(1-2): 170-172.
Bryson D. (2018) Current Issues: Patient perception of clinical photography. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine. 41(1): 42-43.
Bryson D. (2018) Developing leadership skills. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine. 41(3): 212-213. https://doi.org/10.1080/17453054.2018.1483190
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