Communication skills improvement of medial students according to length and methods of preclinical training.

@article{Kim2009CommunicationSI,
  title={Communication skills improvement of medial students according to length and methods of preclinical training.},
  author={Yang Hee Kim and Jeong Hee Yang and Sung Yeon Ahn and Seo-Young Song and Hyerin Roh},
  journal={Korean journal of medical education},
  year={2009},
  volume={21 1},
  pages={
          3-16
        }
}
PURPOSE The purpose of this study is to evaluate the changing pattern of communication skills of medical students according to length and methods of training. METHODS We evaluated a 1-week communications training course in 2003, a 1-year course in 2004, and a 1-semester course in 2005 during development of our curriculum. We have conducted the 10-minute CPX on abdominal pain annually since 2002 to assess the clinical performance of medical students who have completed the 3rd year clerkship… CONTINUE READING

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