Faculty Ratings of Resident Humanism Predict Patient Satisfaction Ratings in Ambulatory Medical Clinics
McLeod, Peter J.
Journal of General Internal Medicine. 1994 Jun; 9(6): 321-326.
Ambulatory Care; Communication; Comparative Studies; Compassion; Evaluation; Faculty; Hospitals; Humanism; Internal Medicine; Internship and Residency; Medicine; Patient Satisfaction; Patients; Physician Patient Relationship; Physicians; Professional Patient Relationship; Residency; Social Interaction; Survey;
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