Author: Carlat, Daniel J.
Publisher: Example Product Manufacturer (2004)
Over the course of a 40-year professional career, you will do approximately 100,000 diagnostic interviews.
The diagnostic interview is by far the most important tool in the arsenal of any clinician, and yet the average
training program directs relatively few resources to specific training in the skills required for it. The
general assumption seems to be that if you do enough interviews with different kinds of patients, you’ll
naturally pick up the required skills. That may be true, but it can take a long time, and the learning process
can be painful.
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