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Can we rely on simulated patients' satisfaction with their consultation for assessing medical students' communication skills? A cross-sectional study
(Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2015-12-18)
Background: In medical education, teaching methods offering intensive practice without high utilization of faculty resources are needed. We investigated whether simulated patients’ (SPs’) satisfaction with a consultation could predict professional observers’ assessment of young doctors’ communication skills. <p>Methods: This was a comparative cross-sectional study of 62 videotaped consultations ...
A few more minutes make a difference? The relationship between content and length of GP consultations
(Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2013-01-03)
<p><i>Objectives - </i>To investigate the relationship between the length of a medical consultation in a general practice setting and the biopsychosocial information obtained by the physician, and to explore the characteristics of young physicians obtaining comprehensive, especially psychosocial information. <p><i>Design - </i>A prospective, longitudinal follow-up study. Setting. Videotaped ...