Comunicarse efectivamente en Medicina. ¿Cómo adquirir habilidades comunicacionales durante la carrera de Medicina?

Philippa Moore Clive, Gricelda Gómez del Río

Resumen


Las habilidades comunicacionales efectivas forman parte de la competencia clínica de un buen médico, por lo que han sido incluidas en los programas de las escuelas de medicina de la mayoría de las universidades, tanto a nivel de docentes como de alumnos. El aprendizaje de las habilidades comunicacionales se optimiza cuando se enseñan de manera experiencial, observando a los estudiantes mientras interactúan con los pacientes, para luego entregarles un feedback constructivo. Estas habilidades pueden ser objeto de medición si se utilizan instrumentos que cuenten con las propiedades psicométricas adecuadas. Su evaluación, sin embargo, representa un desafío.

Palabras clave


comunicación; docencia; evaluación

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