This project seeks to enhance first year medical student teaching in physician patient communication through the use of online simulations. Because of limitations in current traditional teaching approaches, additional strategies are needed to teach both basic and complex communication skills to students. Online simulations will allow students to practice basic communication skills prior to interacting with real patients and expand opportunities for students to practice complex communication skills. The simulations will target (1) the use of patient-centered interviewing skills to assess a patient’s chief complaint and history of present illness, and (2) the elicitation of and direct response to the patient’s statements of emotion.
The past few months have been a whirlwind of activity. A lot of learning has happened. So far, the learning has mostly been on my end! I have been exposed to a whole new language of instructional design and technology. Working with the CNDLS team has been informative and extremely rewarding. Most of my time… Read more »
INTRODUCING ENHANCING TEACHING IN PHYISICIAN-PATIENT COMMUNICATION06-17-2013
Welcome to the project blog for Enhancing Teaching in Physician-Patient Communication, an Initiative on Technology-Enhanced Learning funded project. The project team will be using this blog to share ideas, resources, reflections, and updates as the project progresses. Please check back often to learn more about the design, development, and implementation of the project. The first… Read more »
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