Valuing what clients think: standardized clients and the assessment of communicative competence
An international and interdisciplinary team from the Glasgow Graduate School of Law (GGSL) and the Dundee Medical School - in Scotland - and the Georgia State University College of Law (GSU) - in the United States - has undertaken an ambitious project to change the way lawyer-client communication skills are taught and assessed. Medical education in both America and Great Britain has been transformed by a new methodology for assessing competence in patient communication: the use of...[Show more]
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