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The effect of professional skills training on patient-centredness and confidence in communicating with patients.

Noble, LM; Kubacki, A; Martin, J; Lloyd, M; (2007) The effect of professional skills training on patient-centredness and confidence in communicating with patients. In: Med Educ. (pp. 432 - 440).

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Abstract

The effect of introducing professional skills training on students' patient-centred attitudes and perceptions of ability to communicate was examined. The professional skills training included weekly training in communication skills, ethics and law, and clinical skills.

Type:Proceedings paper
Title:The effect of professional skills training on patient-centredness and confidence in communicating with patients.
Location:England
DOI:10.1111/j.1365-2929.2007.02704.x
Keywords:Adolescent, Adult, Communication, Curriculum, Education, Medical, Undergraduate, Female, Humans, Male, Patient-Centered Care, Physician-Patient Relations, Professional Competence, Prospective Studies, Students, Medical

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