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Learning outcomes for communication skills across the health professions: a systematic literature review and qualitative synthesis
Objective The aim of this study was to identify and analyse communication skills learning outcomes via a systematic review and present results in a synthesised list. Summarised results informExpand
Screening program theory: decision functions and protocols.
  • C. Denniston
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Environmental mutagenesis
  • 1985
A screening program is defined to include a set of tests, a decision function, and a protocol. Expand
‘I will never ever go back’: patients’ written narratives of health care communication
Although communication with patients is essential to health care, education designed to develop patient‐centred communication often ignores patients’ voices. Patient stories may offer a means toExpand
Healthcare professionals’ perceptions of learning communication in the healthcare workplace: an Australian interview study
Objectives The literature focuses on teaching communication skills in the ‘classroom’, with less focus on how such skills are informally learnt in the healthcare workplace. We grouped healthcare workExpand
Supervision training interventions in the health and human services: realist synthesis protocol
Introduction Supervision training aims to develop workplace supervisory competencies. Despite extensive supervision literature, including literature reviews, the processes through which supervisionExpand
The role of feedback in surgical education
Assembling these topics in one volume makes this book invaluable to anyone involved in surgical education. This book is designed for anyone involved in surgical education.
The Role of Verbal Feedback in Surgical Education
This chapter synthesises findings from observational studies of feedback in surgical education and the broader health workplace which illuminate the failure of feedback to do its job in improvingExpand
Communication in interprofessional rehabilitation teams: a scoping review.
PURPOSE Effective communication in interprofessional rehabilitation teams is essential for optimal patient care. Despite the established importance, it remains unclear how interprofessionalExpand