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“Being-in-role”: A teaching innovation to enhance empathic communication skills in medical students. DOI or Website Link:   10.3109/0142159X.2011.611193.Google ScholarPublication: Med Teach. 2011, 33: e663-e669.
Authors:   Lim BT, Moriarty H, Huthwaite M: 
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Lim BT, Moriarty H, Huthwaite M: “Being-in-role”: A teaching innovation to enhance empathic communication skills in medical students. Med Teach. 2011, 33: e663-e669. 10.3109/0142159X.2011.611193.
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*  59. Lim BT, Moriarty H, Huthwaite M. “Being-in-role”: A teaching innovation to enhance empathic communication skills in medical students. Med Teach. 2011;33:e663–e669


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Reviewed in Meta-study (BATT-RAWDEN + 2013)*  (physicians/medical education)


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