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Teaching communication skills in small groups with simulated clients : students’ perceptions

Pia Keller (UGent) , Valentine Martlé (UGent) and Annelies Decloedt (UGent)
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Communication skills, simulated clients

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Keller, Pia, et al. “Teaching Communication Skills in Small Groups with Simulated Clients : Students’ Perceptions.” VSC Veterinary Education, Symposium Abstracts, 2019.
APA
Keller, P., Martlé, V., & Decloedt, A. (2019). Teaching communication skills in small groups with simulated clients : students’ perceptions. In VSC Veterinary Education, Symposium abstracts. Harpenden, UK.
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Keller, Pia, Valentine Martlé, and Annelies Decloedt. 2019. “Teaching Communication Skills in Small Groups with Simulated Clients : Students’ Perceptions.” In VSC Veterinary Education, Symposium Abstracts.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Keller, Pia, Valentine Martlé, and Annelies Decloedt. 2019. “Teaching Communication Skills in Small Groups with Simulated Clients : Students’ Perceptions.” In VSC Veterinary Education, Symposium Abstracts.
Vancouver
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Keller P, Martlé V, Decloedt A. Teaching communication skills in small groups with simulated clients : students’ perceptions. In: VSC Veterinary Education, Symposium abstracts. 2019.
IEEE
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P. Keller, V. Martlé, and A. Decloedt, “Teaching communication skills in small groups with simulated clients : students’ perceptions,” in VSC Veterinary Education, Symposium abstracts, Harpenden, UK, 2019.
@inproceedings{8631538,
  author       = {Keller, Pia and Martlé, Valentine and Decloedt, Annelies},
  booktitle    = {VSC Veterinary Education, Symposium abstracts},
  keywords     = {Communication skills,simulated clients},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Harpenden, UK},
  title        = {Teaching communication skills in small groups with simulated clients : students’ perceptions},
  year         = {2019},
}