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CONTEXT Although health sciences programmes continue to value non-cognitive variables such as interpersonal skills and professionalism, it is not clear that current admissions tools like the personal interview are capable of assessing ability in these domains. Hypothesising that many of the problems with the personal interview might be explained, at least(More)
medical practice demand more of practitioners than a strong knowledge base. 1 By emphasizing compassionate care, professionalism, and inter-personal skill, the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education core competencies indicate that physicians are expected to possess strong personal qualities distinct from academic achievement. 2 There is(More)
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