Interpersonal and communication skills training for radiology trainees using a rotating peer supervision model (microteaching).

@article{Lang2005InterpersonalAC,
  title={Interpersonal and communication skills training for radiology trainees using a rotating peer supervision model (microteaching).},
  author={Elvira V. Lang and Ajay Sood and Brad B Anderson and Eva Kettenmann and Elizabeth G. Armstrong},
  journal={Academic radiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={12 7},
  pages={
          901-8
        }
}

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