Observable Behaviour Field Note
Assessing Competence in family medicine

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Theme: In attempting to address a problem, works with the patient to come to a shared understanding of it and each person’s role in addressing it by
  • encouraging discussion
  • providing the patient with opportunities to ask questions
  • encouraging feedback
  • addressing disagreements
  • seeking clarification and consensus
In attempting to address a problem, works with the patient to come to a shared understanding of it and each person’s role in addressing it by
  • encouraging discussion
  • providing the patient with opportunities to ask questions
  • encouraging feedback
  • addressing disagreements
  • seeking clarification and consensus

Select up to  behaviours to include in one field note.

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Observed Theme and Behaviours:
In attempting to address a problem, works with the patient to come to a shared understanding of it and each person’s role in addressing it by
  • encouraging discussion
  • providing the patient with opportunities to ask questions
  • encouraging feedback
  • addressing disagreements
  • seeking clarification and consensus

Other:
Feedback given (what was done well / suggestions for improvement):
 

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