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Trials in communication outcome in the medical interview.

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This reference list has been submitted by Dr Simon Griffin, senior lecturer in the Dept of General Practice and Primary Care Research, University of Cambridge.s:

Simonís presentation mainly covered the trials that have been published on outcome following a communication skills intervention. The good news is that the research that has already published is (mostly) still valid to quote, but good randomised trials still need to be done and repeated, not only on C/S skills interventions, but also teaching methods related to the medical interview. 
 

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  23.   Joos SK, Hickam DH, Gordon GH, Baker LH. Effects of a physician communication intervention on patient care outcomes [see comments]. J.Gen.Intern.Med. 1996;11:147-55.

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  27.   Roter DL, Hall JA, Kern DE, Barker LR, Cole KA, Roca RP. Improving physicians' interviewing skills and reducing patients' emotional distress. A randomized clinical trial. Arch.Intern.Med. 1995;155:1877-84.

  28.   Peters T, Somerset M, Baxter K, Wilkinson C. Anxiety among women with mild dyskaryosis: a randomized trial of an educational intervention. Br J Gen.Pract. 1999;49:348-52.

  29.   Brown JB, Boles M, Mullooly JP, Levinson W. Effect of clinician communication skills training on patient satisfaction. A randomized, controlled trial [see comments]. Ann Intern Med 1999;131:822-9.

  30.   Maly RC, Bourque LB, Engelhardt RF. A randomized controlled trial of facilitating information giving to patients with chronic medical conditions: effects on outcomes of care. J Fam.Pract. 1999;48:356-63.

  31.   Reuben DB, Frank JC, Hirsch SH, McGuigan KA, Maly RC. A randomized clinical trial of outpatient comprehensive geriatric assessment coupled with an intervention to increase adherence to recommendations [see comments]. J Am Geriatr.Soc. 1999;47:269-76.

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  33.   Kinmonth AL, Woodcock A, Griffin S, Spiegal N, Campbell MJ. Randomised controlled trial of patient centred care of diabetes in general practice: impact on current wellbeing and future disease risk. The Diabetes Care From Diagnosis Research Team. BMJ 1998;317:1202-8.

  34.   Pill R, Stott NC, Rollnick SR, Rees M. A randomized controlled trial of an intervention designed to improve the care given in general practice to Type II diabetic patients: patient outcomes and professional ability to change behaviour. Fam.Pract. 1998;15:229-35.

  35.   Smith RC, Lyles JS, Mettler J, Stoffelmayr BE, Van Egeren LF, Marshall AA et al. The effectiveness of intensive training for residents in interviewing. A randomized, controlled study [see comments]. Ann Intern Med 1998;128:118-26.

  36.   Fleissig A, Glasser B, Lloyd M. Encouraging out-patients to make the most of their first hospital appointment: To what extent can a written prompt help patients get the information they want? 1999.  

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