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Effect of Clinician Feedback Versus Video Self-Assessment in 5th-Year Chiropractic Students on an End-of-Year Communication Skills Examination.
The Journal of Chiropractic Education (2010)
  • Mark D. Hecimovich, Murdoch University
  • Jo-Anne Maire
  • Barrett Losco, Murdoch University
Abstract
Purpose: To compare the effect of two learning opportunities, clinician feedback and video self-assessment, on 5th-year chiropractic students’ patient communication skills, specifically those required for history taking.
Keywords
  • Chiropractic,
  • Clinical Competence,
  • Communication,
  • Education
Publication Date
January 10, 2010
DOI
10.7899/1042-5055-24.2.165
Citation Information
Mark D. Hecimovich, Jo-Anne Maire and Barrett Losco. "Effect of Clinician Feedback Versus Video Self-Assessment in 5th-Year Chiropractic Students on an End-of-Year Communication Skills Examination." The Journal of Chiropractic Education Vol. 24 Iss. 2 (2010) p. 165 - 174
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/mark-hecimovich/36/