R M Conroe

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In an effort to enhance the medical interviewing skills of family practice residents in the clinical setting, the Minnesota Communication Program was developed. The Program, which uses video-tape feedback as the primary teaching method, stresses the integration of biological and psychosocial data as well as the establishment of a therapeutic relationship. A(More)
A systematic approach to psychological intervention that can be used by the primary care physician is presented. The approach specifies the sequence the physician takes when providing therapy: (1) identify the context of the patient's complaint(s), (2) assess the patient's current status, (3) develop a therapeutic plan, and (4) implement a therapy approach.(More)
Though the adequacy and relevancy of behavioral science education for family practice residents has been questioned, the existing literature offers only limited assistance for undertaking curriculum redesign. More specifically, there is no advice on how differences in teacher and learner perceptions of behavioral science can be used to develop goals,(More)
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