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Skills for Communicating with Patients
Foreword by Myrian Deveugele. Foreword by Anthony L Suchman. Preface to the third edition. Preface to the second edition. About this book. About the authors. Acknowledgements. Introduction. DefiningExpand
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Marrying Content and Process in Clinical Method Teaching: Enhancing the Calgary–Cambridge Guides
Communication skills training is now internationally accepted as an essential component of medical education. However, learners and teachers in communication skills programs continue to experienceExpand
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UK consensus statement on the content of communication curricula in undergraduate medical education
Context  The teaching and assessment of clinical communication have become central components of undergraduate medical education in the UK. This paper recommends the key content for an undergraduateExpand
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Teaching and Learning Communication Skills in Medicine
Introduction. The 'why' - a rationale for communication skills teaching and learning. The 'what' - defining what we are trying to teach. The 'how' - principles of how to teach communication skills.Expand
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A European consensus on learning objectives for a core communication curriculum in health care professions.
OBJECTIVE To develop learning objectives for a core communication curriculum for all health care professions and to survey the acceptability and suitability of the curriculum for undergraduateExpand
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Teaching clinical communication: a mainstream activity or just a minority sport?
This plenary presentation from the EACH International Conference on Communication in Healthcare in Oslo 2008, takes an honest look at the present state of communication teaching and considers how toExpand
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Initial evaluation of EPSCALE, a rating scale that assesses the process of explanation and planning in the medical interview.
OBJECTIVE to evaluate the content validity, internal consistency and generalisability of EPSCALE, a new rating scale to measure communication skills in explanation and planning. METHODS contentExpand
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New approaches to learning clinical skills
could be challenging. Moreover, it is not clear what portion of the preceptor’s interpersonal characteristics that create the resident’s perception of psychological size and distance representsExpand
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Teaching and assessment of explanation and planning in medical schools in the United Kingdom: Cross sectional questionnaire survey
Background: The second half of the consultation (explanation and planning) has been described as neglected in communication skills teaching in medical schools, with programmes concentrating onExpand
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Rating Communication in GP Consultations: The Association Between Ratings Made by Patients and Trained Clinical Raters
Patient evaluations of physician communication are widely used, but we know little about how these relate to professionally agreed norms of communication quality. We report an investigation into theExpand
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