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The ‘missing person’ in roles‐based competency models: a historical, cross‐national, contrastive case study
The use of roles such as medical expert, advocate or communicator to define competencies is currently popular in health professions education. CanMEDS is one framework that has been subject to greatExpand
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Student diversity at Erasmus Medical Centre Rotterdam: does it make any difference?
In an ethnically diverse society cultural competence is indispensable for medical doctors. At present 10% of the Dutch population are first- or second-generation non-Western immigrants. With 8%Expand
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Teaching communication with ethnic minority patients: Ten recommendations
Introduction: Culturally competent communication is indispensable for medical practice in an ethnically diverse society. This article offers recommendations to teach such communication skills basedExpand
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Etnische en religieuze diversiteit van eerstejaarsstudenten geneeskunde aan de Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
Objective. To obtain information on the ethnic, religious and socio-cultural diversity of first-year medical students at the University Medical Center Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Design. AnonymousExpand
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Authors' response to letter from Bond et al. – The role of ad-hoc interpreters in teaching communication skills with ethnic minorities
We congratulate Seeleman and colleagues for their recommendations in developing a curriculum that addresses communication skills with ethnic minorities (Seeleman et al. 2011). We would like toExpand
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[Ethnic and religious diversity of first year medical students at the Erasmus University Medical Center, Rotterdam].
OBJECTIVE To obtain information on the ethnic, religious and socio-cultural diversity of first-year medical students at the University Medical Center Rotterdam, the Netherlands. DESIGN AnonymousExpand