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'Should I prioritize medical problem solving or attentive listening?': the dilemmas and challenges that medical students experience when learning to conduct consultations

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COMMUNICATION-SKILLS, Identity development, SATISFACTION, CURRICULUM, EDUCATION, CARE, ASSOCIATIONS, IDENTITY, OUTCOMES, HELP, Undergraduate medical students, Communication skills, Conducting consultations

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Aper, Leen et al. “‘Should I Prioritize Medical Problem Solving or Attentive Listening?’: The Dilemmas and Challenges That Medical Students Experience When Learning to Conduct Consultations.” PATIENT EDUCATION AND COUNSELING 98.1 (2015): 77–84. Print.
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Aper, L., Veldhuijzen, W., Dornan, T., van de Ridder, M., Koole, S., Derese, A., & Reniers, J. (2015). “Should I prioritize medical problem solving or attentive listening?”: the dilemmas and challenges that medical students experience when learning to conduct consultations. PATIENT EDUCATION AND COUNSELING, 98(1), 77–84.
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Aper, Leen, Wemke Veldhuijzen, Tim Dornan, Monica van de Ridder, Sebastiaan Koole, Anselme Derese, and Jan Reniers. 2015. “‘Should I Prioritize Medical Problem Solving or Attentive Listening?’: The Dilemmas and Challenges That Medical Students Experience When Learning to Conduct Consultations.” Patient Education and Counseling 98 (1): 77–84.
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Aper, Leen, Wemke Veldhuijzen, Tim Dornan, Monica van de Ridder, Sebastiaan Koole, Anselme Derese, and Jan Reniers. 2015. “‘Should I Prioritize Medical Problem Solving or Attentive Listening?’: The Dilemmas and Challenges That Medical Students Experience When Learning to Conduct Consultations.” Patient Education and Counseling 98 (1): 77–84.
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Aper L, Veldhuijzen W, Dornan T, van de Ridder M, Koole S, Derese A, et al. “Should I prioritize medical problem solving or attentive listening?”: the dilemmas and challenges that medical students experience when learning to conduct consultations. PATIENT EDUCATION AND COUNSELING. 2015;98(1):77–84.
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L. Aper et al., “‘Should I prioritize medical problem solving or attentive listening?’: the dilemmas and challenges that medical students experience when learning to conduct consultations,” PATIENT EDUCATION AND COUNSELING, vol. 98, no. 1, pp. 77–84, 2015.
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  author       = {{Aper, Leen and Veldhuijzen, Wemke and Dornan, Tim and van de Ridder, Monica and Koole, Sebastiaan and Derese, Anselme and Reniers, Jan}},
  issn         = {{0738-3991}},
  journal      = {{PATIENT EDUCATION AND COUNSELING}},
  keywords     = {{COMMUNICATION-SKILLS,Identity development,SATISFACTION,CURRICULUM,EDUCATION,CARE,ASSOCIATIONS,IDENTITY,OUTCOMES,HELP,Undergraduate medical students,Communication skills,Conducting consultations}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  number       = {{1}},
  pages        = {{77--84}},
  title        = {{'Should I prioritize medical problem solving or attentive listening?': the dilemmas and challenges that medical students experience when learning to conduct consultations}},
  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.pec.2014.09.016}},
  volume       = {{98}},
  year         = {{2015}},
}

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