Communication skills training in surgical residency: a needs assessment and metacognition analysis of a difficult conversation objective structured clinical examination.

@article{Falcone2014CommunicationST,
  title={Communication skills training in surgical residency: a needs assessment and metacognition analysis of a difficult conversation objective structured clinical examination.},
  author={John L. Falcone and Ren{\'e} N Claxton and Gary T. Marshall},
  journal={Journal of surgical education},
  year={2014},
  volume={71 3},
  pages={309-15}
}
BACKGROUND The objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) can be used to evaluate the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Core Competencies of Professionalism and Interpersonal and Communication Skills. The aim of this study was to describe general surgery resident performance on a "difficult conversation" OSCE. METHODS In this prospective study, junior and senior residents participated in a 2-station OSCE. Junior stations involved discussing operative risks and… CONTINUE READING

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