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An idealized physician's perspective, such as is taught in medical school , sees the core aspects of the process as the physician learning
the patient's symptoms, concerns and values; in response the physician examines the patient, interprets the symptoms, and formulates a diagnosis to ...
... conferences. In house trainers employ a variety of training methodologies, since research demonstrates that individuals learn differently and learning
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