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A Consensus Approach Toward the Standardization of Back Pain Definitions for Use in Prevalence Studies
Study Design. A modified Delphi study conducted with 28 experts in back pain research from 12 countries. Objective. To identify standardized definitions of low back pain that could be consistentlyExpand
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Fostering and Evaluating Reflective Capacity in Medical Education: Developing the REFLECT Rubric for Assessing Reflective Writing
Purpose Reflective writing (RW) curriculum initiatives to promote reflective capacity are proliferating within medical education. The authors developed a new evaluative tool that can be effectivelyExpand
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Electronic medical record use and physician-patient communication: an observational study of Israeli primary care encounters.
OBJECTIVES Within the context of medical care there is no greater reflection of the information revolution than the electronic medical record (EMR). Current estimates suggest that EMR use by IsraeliExpand
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The impact of electronic medical records on patient-doctor communication during consultation: a narrative literature review.
RATIONALE, AIMS AND OBJECTIVE The effect of Electronic Medical Record (EMR) use on Patient-Doctor Communication (PDC) has rarely been studied. As data accumulate, the purpose of this article is toExpand
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Primary Care Physicians’ Use of an Electronic Medical Record System: A Cognitive Task Analysis
OBJECTIVETo describe physicians’ patterns of using an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system; to reveal the underlying cognitive elements involved in EMR use, possible resulting errors, andExpand
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How to Integrate the Electronic Health Record and Patient-Centered Communication Into the Medical Visit: A Skills-Based Approach
Background: Implementation of the electronic health record (EHR) has changed the dynamics of doctor–patient communication. Physicians train to use EHRs from a technical standpoint, giving onlyExpand
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Computers in the clinical encounter: a scoping review and thematic analysis
The impact of health information technology on the clinical encounter in general and patient-clinician communication in particular is a growing concern. Expand
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Beyond the Margins: Reflective Writing and Development of Reflective Capacity in Medical Education
  • H. Wald, S. Reis
  • Medicine
  • Journal of General Internal Medicine
  • 21 April 2010
Reflective capacity has been described as an essential characteristic of professionally competent clinical practice, core to ACGME competencies. Reflection has been recently linked to promotingExpand
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Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Psychosocial Factors in Low Back Pain: Directions for the Future
Study Design. An amalgamated review of the current state of knowledge about psychosocial factors in low back pain (LBP), as presented at the plenary session at the Fourth International Forum on LBPExpand
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