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Outcome of parent–physician communication skills training for pediatric residents

Outcome of parent–physician communication skills training for pediatric residents,10.1016/j.pec.2009.12.013,Patient Education and Counseling,Christoph

Outcome of parent–physician communication skills training for pediatric residents   (Citations: 2)
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ObjectiveCommunication skills represent an essential component of clinical competence. In the field of pediatrics, communication between physicians and patients’ parents is characterized by particular difficulties. To investigate the effects of a parent–physician communication skills training program on OSCE performance and self-efficacy in a group control design.
Journal: Patient Education and Counseling - PATIENT EDUC COUNS , vol. 82, no. 1, pp. 94-99, 2011
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    • ...Finally, the tutor provided concluding structured feedback which was followed by a time of group discussion and debriefing [17,37]...
    • ...This is in line with previous findings of our study group on SP training among health professionals [37,38]...
    • ...A high degree of challenge and critical-decision moments was offered in the cases we employed in both study groups [21,37] as a prerequisite for high ratings of case realism [36,43]...
    • ...Standardised parents are used in a postgraduate setting for the training of counselling skills [53], breaking bad news [20,54], and for training communication in common paediatric problem situations as previously reported by our study group [21,37,55]...
    • ...Feedback from standardised parents has been shown to be acceptable and useful in a postgraduate setting [37]...

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