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Researchers Evaluate Teaching Program For Breaking Bad News To Patients

Researchers at Moffitt Cancer Center and the University of South Florida College of Medicine evaluated the experience of medical students who participated in videotaped sessions where they practiced conveying difficult news to "standardized patients" (SPs). The SPs role-played patients with a variety of cancers and who were receiving bad medical news.
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