Media article: Detecting the effects of physician training in self-care interviewing skills
from Introduction by Kerensa Peterson, Northwestern University
Many of those who work with standardized patients (SPs) know the efficacy of SP raters in simulated encounters. However, there has been a dearth of research comparing SP raters to coders who have been trained to view or listen to recordings of encounters and offer ratings on similar checklist items. A group of researchers from the University of California Davis did exactly this kind of comparative analysis and published their findings in an August 2016 issue of Patient Education and Counseling.
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