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Medical Improv: A Novel Approach to Teaching Communication and Professionalism Skills

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Abstract: “Two residents are speaking to each other in gibberish, and 2 others are struggling to translate this exchange into English-which is wonderful, because it means that they are successfully doing an improvisational theater exercise called "Foreign Movie." The constraints of this exercise focus the gibberish-speaking trainees on what they can "say" through body language and vocal inflection...”  CLICK HERE

Citation: Watson, Katie, and Belinda Fu. "Medical Improv: A Novel Approach to Teaching Communication and Professionalism Skills."Annals of Internal Medicine Ann Intern Med (2016): n. pag. Web.  

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