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End of life care communication training for generalists: Improvements in showing empathy and discussing emotions, but more effective in simulated patient encounters than real ones

Author: Dr Lucy Selman, Research Fellow (Qualitative Research in Randomised Trials), the University of Bristol, UK
20 September 2017

Dr Lucy Selman, Research Fellow (Qualitative Research in Randomised Trials), the University of Bristol, UK, explains the background to a longer article published in the Journal of Pain and Symptom Management.

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