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Training Residents to Employ Self-efficacy-enhancing Interviewing Techniques: Randomized Controlled Trial of a Standardized Patient Intervention

By Anthony Jerant, Richard L. Kravitz, Rahman Azari, Lynda White, Jorge A. García, Heather Vierra, Maria Catrina Virata and Peter Franks
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Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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