Role Play and Clinical Communication: Learning the Game
In "Role Play and Clinical Communication", John Skelton critically considers the practice and benefits of this mainstream teaching method. His wide-ranging approach reflects on the recent developments within medical education, incorporating the medical humanities, the nature of language and communication, and the rules of human behaviour. You will find Skelton's light-hearted and open-minded attitude to communication unquestionably illuminating.
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The basic scenario John Skelton and Connie Wiskin
Strange shadows John Skelton and Connie Wiskin
Notes on the game of writing scientific text
The good doctor
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