Teaching and Learning Communication Skills in Medicine
Radcliffe Medical Press, 1998 - Medical - 245 pages
Provides the essential material for facilitators and programme directors to plan, develop and facilitate communication programmes and for learners to participate more effectively.
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defining what exactly we are trying to teach and learn
The need for a structure
principles of how to teach and learn communication skills
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