Scholarship from everyday work; Longitudinal Standardized Patient Project
from By Carrie Bohnert, University of Louisville School of Medicine
Necessity is the mother of invention, right? So, how do you respond when, year after year, your students report in their evaluations that they had a difficult time discussing unwelcome news in the SP lab because they feel that they will never break bad news to a patient they do not know? How do you respond when students say they had difficulty suspending disbelief in their suicidal patient lab because they walked in knowing that the patient would have suicidal ideation? How do you address a curriculum gap in which your students do not follow a panel of patients over the course of time?
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