Interpersonal problem solving: a theoretical perspective and methodology for the evaluation of residency education and its' relationship to health care processes and outcomes.

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The study conceptualizes and implements an interaction model of interpersonal problem solving in the clinical milieu. This method of representing the interpersonal problem solving process and its relation to patient adherence is shown as an important tool for the evaluation of residency programs. 

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@article{Hogan1977InterpersonalPS, title={Interpersonal problem solving: a theoretical perspective and methodology for the evaluation of residency education and its' relationship to health care processes and outcomes.}, author={M. J. Hogan and R A Sirotkin and M C Ticknor and Jeeninga Harm and D M Foulds and Piera Scalzi and R. E. Gallagher}, journal={Annual Conference on Research in Medical Education. Conference on Research in Medical Education}, year={1977}, volume={16}, pages={3-8} }