Internal medicine trainee self-assessments of end-of-life communication skills do not predict assessments of patients, families, or clinician-evaluators

Alternate title: 
J2 - J Palliat Med
Secondary title: 
T2 - Journal of palliative medicine
Short title: 
Internal medicine trainee self-assessments of end-of-life communication skills do not predict assessments of patients, families, or clinician-evaluators
Authors: 
Dickson, Robert P.
Engelberg, Ruth A.
Back, Anthony L.
Ford, Dee W.
Curtis, J. Randall
Volume: 
15
Start page: 
418-26
Annotations: 
Type B, Priority 2, Staff, training
Custom 2: 
C2 - PMC3322515
Date: 
Apr
Year: 
2012
Accession number: 
22475195
Database: 
MEDLINE RCT
Number: 
M1 - 4
Serial: 
1557-7740
Type of work: 
M3 - Research Support, N.I.H., Extramural
Validation Studies
ID: 
12272
DOI: 
http://dx.doi.org/10.1089/jpm.2011.0386
Notes: 
N1 - Dickson RP
Engelberg RA
Back AL
Ford DW
Curtis JR
R01NR009987 (United States NINR NIH HHS)
Key words: 
*Clinical Competence
*Communication
Education, Medical, Graduate
Health Care Surveys
Health Status Indicators
Humans
*Internal Medicine/ed [Education]
*Palliative Care/mt [Methods]
Physician-Patient Relations
*Professional-Family Relations
Psychometrics
Questionnaires
Reproducibility of Results
*Self-Assessment
Truth Disclosure
Types of evidence: 
Type B
Priorities of Care: 
Priority 2: Communicate
Other annotations: 
Staff
Training