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Video-based communication assessment of physician error disclosure skills by crowdsourced laypeople and patient advocates who experienced medical harm: reliability assessment with generalizability theory.

White AA, King AM, D'Addario AE, et al. Video-based communication assessment of physician error disclosure skills by crowdsourced laypeople and patient advocates who experienced medical harm: reliability assessment with generalizability theory. JMIR Med Educ. 2022;8(2):e30988, doi: 10.2196/30988

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May 18, 2022
White AA, King AM, D’Addario AE, et al. JMIR Med Educ. 2022;8(2):e30988.

Communication with patients and caregivers is important after a diagnostic error. Using a simulated case involving delayed diagnosis of breast cancer, this study compared how crowdsourced laypeople and patient advocates rate physician disclosure communication skills. Findings suggest that patient advocates rate communication skills more stringently than laypeople, but laypeople can correctly identify physicians with high and low communication skills.

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White AA, King AM, D'Addario AE, et al. Video-based communication assessment of physician error disclosure skills by crowdsourced laypeople and patient advocates who experienced medical harm: reliability assessment with generalizability theory. JMIR Med Educ. 2022;8(2):e30988, doi: 10.2196/30988