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The teaching of a structured tool improves the clarity and content of interprofessional clinical communication.
Marshall S, Harrison J, Flanagan B. Qual Saf Health Care. 2009;18:137-140.
Medical students received training in a modified SBAR (situation-background-assessment-recommendation) communication method, resulting in improvement in their ability to clearly communicate with senior colleagues in a simulated setting.