A strategy for improving patient satisfaction by the intensive training of residents in psychosocial medicine: a controlled, randomized study.

@article{Smith1995ASF,
  title={A strategy for improving patient satisfaction by the intensive training of residents in psychosocial medicine: a controlled, randomized study.},
  author={Robert C. Smith and Judith Swiss Lyles and Julian Mettler and Alicia A. Marshall and Lawrence F Van Egeren and Bertram E. Stoffelmayr and Gerald G. Osborn and Valerie Shebroe},
  journal={Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges},
  year={1995},
  volume={70 8},
  pages={
          729-32
        }
}
PURPOSE To use a controlled, randomized design to assess the effect on patient satisfaction of an intensive psychosocial training program for residents. METHOD Twenty-six first-year residents, in two internal medicine and family practice community-based programs affiliated with the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, were randomly assigned during 1991 and 1992 to a control group or a one-month intensive training program. Experiential teaching focused on many psychosocial… CONTINUE READING
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