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Patient Encounter Videotaping

Because videotaping is an essential component of residency education, residents are expected to avail themselves of this valuable tool. The primary goal of videotaping is to provide an effective method of learning, practicing and ensuring competence in patient interviewing techniques and communication skills.

In two videotaping review cycles each year, residents are assigned specific patient encounters and then required to meet with faculty and fellow residents to review them. At the end of each videotape review session, future videotape assignment requirements are determined by the resident´s demonstrated proficiency level as outlined on the Videotaping/Communication Skills Progress Report Form.

For further details regarding videotape requirements and resident responsibilities, please refer to the Emory Family Medicine Residency Program Handbook 2006-2007.

 

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