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Medical students on the value of role models for developing ‘soft skills’ - “That’s the way you do it”
Objective : The Soft Skills Project examined the professional development of medical students at the University of Pretoria, especially their doctor-patient interaction skills and professionalExpand
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Medical students' perceptions of their development of 'soft skills' : part II : the development of 'soft skills' through 'guiding and growing' : original research
ligBackground:l/ig This paper reports on medical students' views on the ways in which their 'soft skills' were developed. It is the result of a study on soft skills among two groups of studentsExpand
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Training undergraduate medical students in 'soft skills' - a qualitative research project at the University of Pretoria : guest editorial
Extracted from text ... South African Psychiatry Review ? February 2006 12 GUEST EDITORIAL S Afr Psychiatry Rev 2006;9:12-14 Training undergraduate medical students in 'soft skills' - aExpand
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Guest Editorial Training undergraduate medical students in 'soft skills' - a qualitative research project at the University of Pretoria
C Kruger, WJ Schurink, A-M Bergh, PM Joubert, JL Roos, CW Van Staden,GE Pickworth ,RR Du Preez,SV Grey, BG Lindeque Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Pretoria, SouthExpand
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Medical students’ experience and perceptions of their final rotation in psychiatry
Background. Evaluation of specific courses, rotations or attachments in medical education is common practice. Objective. To evaluate medical students’ perceptions of their final psychiatry rotationExpand
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Medical students' perceptions of their development of 'soft skills' : part I : a qualitative research methodology : original research
ligBackground:l/ig Following the introduction of a new, integrated, problem-oriented undergraduate medical curriculum at the University of Pretoria (UP) in 1997, a research project was undertaken toExpand