Observable Behaviour Field Note
Assessing Competence in family medicine

Search results for: Communication Skills with Colleagues (includes key features for Charting skills)
Theme: Non-Verbal Skills - Receptive
Aware of and responsive to body language, especially as seen with dissatisfaction; correctly interprets signs of feelings not expressed, such as anger and frustration

Select up to  behaviours to include in one field note.

✓  When a colleague is manifesting signs of distress, demonstrates awareness by actions such as modifying demands, exploring concerns, seeking resolution

Other behaviour not listed

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Non-Verbal Skills - Receptive - Aware of and responsive to body language, especially as seen with dissatisfaction; correctly interprets signs of feelings not expressed, such as anger and frustration

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