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The Inventory of Beliefs about Wife Beating: The Construction and Initial Validation of a Measure of Beliefs and Attitudes
Although attitudes and beliefs about wife beating have been regarded as important for understanding the factors that cause and perpetuate woman abuse, researchers have not had adequate instruments toExpand
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The effects of physician communications skills on patient satisfaction; recall, and adherence.
An understanding of means to improve patient adherence to the therapeutic regimen is a subject of increasing concern in medical care. This study examined the effects of physician interpersonal skillsExpand
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An evaluation of residency training in interviewing skills and the psychosocial domain of medical practice
Competent use of interviewing skills is important for the care of all patients but is especially critical, and frequently deficient, in meeting the needs of patients experiencing emotional distress.Expand
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Outstanding clinical teachers: methods, characteristics and behaviors.
  • E. Schor, M. Grayson
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Research in medical education : proceedings of…
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A systematic and comprehensive approach to teaching and evaluating interpersonal skills.
This study addressed one problem with current methods for teaching and evaluating interpersonal skills: the failure to include a wide range of behaviors reported in the literature as contributing toExpand
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Residency training in interviewing skills and the psychosocial domain of medical practice
THIS REPORT DESCRIBES A ONE-MONTH ROTATION for firstyear internal medic ine residents in interviewing skills and the psychosocial content of medical practice. It summarizes the evidence that trainingExpand
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Residency Training in Interviewing Skills and the Psychosocial Domain of Medical Practice
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A Nutrition Education Program for Medical School Faculty in Primary Care Specialties
Abstract LEARNING OUTCOME: To identify a cost-effective and flexible nutrition education program designed for medical school faculty who teach nutrition. Teaching About Nutrition is a self-contained,Expand
This study was designed to provide a profile of behaviors and characteristics of outstanding clinical teachers which others undertaking that professional role could use as a model for their ownExpand