Patient Involvement in Teaching and Assessing Intimate Examination Skills: A Systematic Review
Quinton, Naomi D
Roberts, Trudie E
Medical education 2010 Apr; 44(4): 347-57
There are recognised difficulties in teaching and assessing intimate examination skills that relate to the sensitive nature of the various examinations and the anxiety faced by novice learners. This systematic review provides a summary of the evidence for the involvement of real patients (RPs) and simulated patients (SPs) in the training of health care professionals in intimate examination skills.
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Coldicott, Yvette; Pope, Catherine; Roberts, Clive (2003-01-11)Summary points: It is not easy to balance ethical duties and educational requirements, particularly when ethical values change; The teaching of intimate examinations poses ethical problems for students and educators -- ...