Observable Behaviour Field Note
Assessing Competence in family medicine

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Theme: In assessing a clinical problem, attempts to gain a greater knowledge and understanding of the whole person by asking about his or her context (i.e., who else is in his or her life [family, partner, children], who or what supports are, other social factors [work, finances, education, etc.])
In assessing a clinical problem, attempts to gain a greater knowledge and understanding of the whole person by asking about his or her context (i.e., who else is in his or her life [family, partner, children], who or what supports are, other social factors [work, finances, education, etc.])

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In assessing a clinical problem, attempts to gain a greater knowledge and understanding of the whole person by asking about his or her context (i.e., who else is in his or her life [family, partner, children], who or what supports are, other social factors [work, finances, education, etc.])

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