How to Deal with the Difficult Student
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DMU preceptors and clinical instructors.
- Define the categories that describe a difficult medical student.
- Describe the SOAP approach to dealing with the difficult student.
- Explain the benefits from having a systematic approach to the difficult medical student.
Thomas Green, DO, MPH
Associate Dean, COM Clinical Affairs, Des Moines University
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