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    Hello everyone!

    WESA has a nice write-up on how Pitt Med is using actors to teach students how to improve their bedside manners. The use of actors to help students diagnose medical conditions dates back to at least 1964 at USC, but the emphasis on bedside manners is a slightly different use of actors in medical school education.

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    Nice article. Thanks for sharing the link!

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