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Simulated patient and role play methodologies for communication skills training in an undergraduate medical program: Randomized, crossover trial

Taylor Silas, Bobba Samantha, Roome Sophie, Ahmadzai Marrwah, Tran Daniel, Vickers Dominic, Bhatti Mominah, De Silva Dinuksha, Dunstan Lauren, Falconer Ryan, Kaur Harleen, Kitson Jed, Patel Jamie, Shulruf Boaz

Year : 2018| Volume: 31| Issue : 1 | Page no: 10-16

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