Peer Coaching as a Technique to Foster Professional Development in Clinical Ambulatory Settings
Sekerka, Leslie E.
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Introduction: Few studies have examined how peer coaching is an eflective educational and development technique in contexts outside the clussroom. This research focused on peer coaching as a platform to study the process of professional development for physicians. The purpose was to identib perceived benefits coaches received from a coaching encounter and how this relates to their own process of professional development.
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