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Developing therapeutic interview skills in medical students

  • Ben Green (a1), Michael Gopfert (a2), Paul Dickinson and M. T. Abou-Saleh (a3)
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There has been considerable interest in doctors' interviewing skills during the last few decades (Nuffield Working Party, 1978). Despite this interest, there has been no consensus as to how these skills may be taught to medical students. We describe the ongoing evolution of a teaching package for these skills as taught by the Liverpool University Department of Psychiatry.

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BJPsych Bulletin
  • ISSN: 0955-6036
  • EISSN: 1472-1473
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Developing therapeutic interview skills in medical students

  • Ben Green (a1), Michael Gopfert (a2), Paul Dickinson and M. T. Abou-Saleh (a3)
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