Improving Patient-Doctor Communication About Risk and Choice in Obstetrics and Gynecology Through Medical Education: A Call for Action.
The authors suggest that three articles published in the Fall 2013 issue of The Journal of Clinical Ethics could be used in graduate medical education to help students be more prepared to address differences in professional opinion and improve their skills in patient-doctor communication.
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Henderson, M. L., Chevinsky, J., Biviji-Sharma, R., & Mills, K. (2014). Improving patient-doctor communication about risk and choice in obstetrics and gynecology through medical education: a call for action. The Journal Of Clinical Ethics, 25(2), 176.
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