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Attitudinal Objective Structured Clinical Examinations: Their value as an assessment tool in a humanities special study module about Living with and Dying from Cancer

Kirklin, D; Singh, S; Meakin, R; Lloyd, M; (2002) Attitudinal Objective Structured Clinical Examinations: Their value as an assessment tool in a humanities special study module about Living with and Dying from Cancer. : Centre for Medical Humanities, Royal Free & University Colleg: London.

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Type:Report
Title:Attitudinal Objective Structured Clinical Examinations: Their value as an assessment tool in a humanities special study module about Living with and Dying from Cancer
Keywords:As, assessment, cancer, clinical, Clinical Examination, examinations, Humanities, living, TOOL, Med Hum, Med Ed
UCL classification:UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Population Health Sciences > Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care > Primary Care and Population Health

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