Development and face validation of strategies for improving consultation skills

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Mckinley, RK; Lefroy, J; Gay, S; Gibson, S; Williams, S;
(2014)

While formative workplace based assessment can improve learners' skills, it often does not because the procedures used do not facilitate feedback which is sufficiently specific to scaffold improvement. Provision of pre-formulated strategies to address predicted learning... View more
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