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Looking outside of GME to teach interpersonal communication

Residency Program Alert, April 1, 2008

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It takes a team of healthcare professionals across several specialties to sufficiently train a resident, but sometimes, even that isn’t enough, especially when there isn’t an existing curriculum to guide your faculty. The interpersonal communication competency is one area in which faculties often struggle. To teach residents about this competency, the residency program leadership at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) in Richmond is turning to a unique source for help—actors.

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