Viewpoint: power and communication: why simulation training ought to be complemented by experiential and humanist learning.

@article{Hanna2006ViewpointPA,
  title={Viewpoint: power and communication: why simulation training ought to be complemented by experiential and humanist learning.},
  author={Michael Wahid Hanna and Joseph J. Fins},
  journal={Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges},
  year={2006},
  volume={81 3},
  pages={265-70}
}
The authors present an analysis of communication training for medical students using simulation patients, and its possible influence on later doctor-patient relationships. Many empirical studies have shown the various benefits of using simulation patients to teach communication skills, but theoretical sociology and humanistic reflection shed light on some fundamental differences between the student-doctor/actor-patient interactions practiced in simulation encounters and real doctor-patient… CONTINUE READING
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