Volume 10, Number 2 (Summer 2015)                   jmed 2015, 10(2): 150-162 | Back to browse issues page


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Shirazi M, Mohammadikia A, Jahanian I. A Systematic Review of Studies Regarding Applying Standardized Patients for Teaching Communication Skills to Medical Students Between 2000 - 2013. jmed. 2015; 10 (2) :150-162
URL: http://jmed.ssu.ac.ir/article-1-457-en.html

Health Network, Mazandaran University of Medical Science, Ghayemshahr ,Iran , a.mohammadikia11@yahoo.com
Abstract:   (6348 Views)

  Introduction : Standardized patients, people who are prepared to act as patient as if they are factual and proven performance.

  Methods : BEME systematic review of the current approach was for the first time. Databases searched in this study, Scopus, Medline Cinahl, Web of science, Eric, Cochrane, Jama, Ebsco. According to the study, the general criteria for inclusion of articles to study 42 papers were accepted for inclusion into the check list. Check list used is taken from the BEME coding sheet that fits certain criteria, it was added to the study objectives and was developed.

  Results : 42 Articles entered into the study, all articles were searched using electronic search. According to a Check list design , types of communication skills that have been studied in this way that doctors and patients communicate Article 7 , Article 2 to start the discussion with the patient, listening skills Article 7 , Article 16 verbal communication with the patient, patient 18, article nonverbal communication , such as body movements , eye contact , etc. 7 articles to gather information , to communicate article 5 , article 5 to understand the patient's perspective , article 13 words, bad news patient (e.g. adversity , cancer, etc ) , articles 10 to empathize with the patient.

  Conclusions : Standardized patients as a teaching method and teaching and assessment practices in recent years have been considered. The lack of articles in the area, the possibility of a vacuum in the decisions of the causes that systematic crossings are operating, particularly the kind of BEME and update that due to the growth of the papers in this area, partly to solve this problem will help.

 

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Type of Study: Review | Subject: Medical Education
Received: 2014/09/23 | Accepted: 2015/05/24 | Published: 2015/09/6

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