Fostering a Feedback Mind-Set: A Qualitative Exploration of Medical Students' Feedback Experiences with Longitudinal Coaches Through Semistructured Student Interviews.

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Summary of "Fostering a Feedback Mind-Set: A Qualitative Exploration of Medical Students' Feedback Experiences with Longitudinal Coaches Through Semistructured Student Interviews."

Feedback is important for medical students' development. Recent conceptualizations of feedback as a dialogue between feedback provider and recipient point to longitudinal relationships as a facilitator of effective feedback discussions. This study illuminates how medical students experience feedback within a longitudinal relationship with a physician coach.


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Name: Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges
ISSN: 1938-808X


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