Medical students' perceptions of their development of ‘soft skills’ Part II: The development of ‘soft skills’ through ‘guiding and growing’

@article{Bergh2006MedicalSP,
  title={Medical students' perceptions of their development of ‘soft skills’ Part II: The development of ‘soft skills’ through ‘guiding and growing’},
  author={Am Bergh and CW Van Staden and P. Joubert and C. Kr{\"u}ger and G. Pickworth and Jl Roos and W. Schurink and RR Du Preez and Sv Grey and B. Lindeque},
  journal={South African Family Practice},
  year={2006},
  volume={48},
  pages={15 - 15d}
}
  • Am Bergh, CW Van Staden, +7 authors B. Lindeque
  • Published 2006
  • Medicine
  • South African Family Practice
  • Abstract Background This paper reports on medical students' views on the ways in which their ‘soft skills’ were developed. It is the result of a study on soft skills among two groups of students before and after curriculum reform at the School of Medicine of the University of Pretoria. One of the aims of the reform was to provide more teaching and learning opportunities for the development of soft skills. Soft skills include professional interpersonal and social skills, communication skills… CONTINUE READING
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