Context factors in consultations of general practitioner trainees and their impact on communication assessment in the authentic setting
Objective: Acquiring adequate communication skills is an essential part of general practice (GP) specialty training. In assessing trainee proficiency, the context in which trainees communicate is usually not taken into account. The present paper aims to e
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