This was a presentation to GP Supervisors at “The Learning Ledge” weekend workshop, held at the Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley on Saturday 20th June 2015.
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- Video observation patient handout (A5) – ready to be edited, in MS Word format, designed to be printed double-sided
- Patient consent form for recording consultations – ready to be edited, in MS Word format
- Direct/video observation assessment form – created by Michael Tam – can be freely modified and distributed
- Direct/video observation assessment form – originally created by Dr Bill Kefalis and shared by WentWest
The original presentation used the Prezi platform.