Journal of General Internal Medicine

, Volume 4, Issue 5, pp 421–431

Residency training in interviewing skills and the psychosocial domain of medical practice

Authors

  • David E. Kern
    • the Department of Medicinethe Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine, Francis Scott Key Medical Center
  • Marsha Grayson
    • the Department of Medicinethe Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine, Francis Scott Key Medical Center
  • Lee Randol Barker
    • the Department of Medicinethe Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine, Francis Scott Key Medical Center
  • Robert P. Roca
    • Department of Psychiatry (RPR)the Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine, Francis Scott Key Medical Center
  • Karan A. Cole
    • the Department of Medicinethe Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine, Francis Scott Key Medical Center
  • Debra Roter
    • the Division of Behavioral Sciences and Health Education (DR)the Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health
  • Archie S. Golden
    • Department of Pediatrics (ASG)the Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine, Francis Scott Key Medical Center
Perspectives

DOI: 10.1007/BF02599696

Cite this article as:
Kern, D.E., Grayson, M., Barker, L.R. et al. J Gen Intern Med (1989) 4: 421. doi:10.1007/BF02599696

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© Society of General Internal Medicine 1989