Data archive for methods for evaluating decisions and information in clinical communication

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Title
Data archive for methods for evaluating decisions and information in clinical communication
Contributors
Laws, Michael Barton (author)
Doi
10.7301/Z06H4FM2
Date Issued
2017
Abstract
Methods for Evaluating Decisions and Information in Clinical Communication project data sets. Files include: OPTION coding scheme, MEDICC follow-up coding manual, MEDICC data contents, MEDICC data, MEDICC CASES coding scheme, Schematic representation of topic coding system, and GMIAS speech act coding scheme. For inquires related to this project and its data please contact the investigator Michael_Barton_Laws@brown.edu.
Keywords
Clinical communication
Access Conditions
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License

Citation

Laws, Michael Barton, "Data archive for methods for evaluating decisions and information in clinical communication" (2017). Data for Publications. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://doi.org/10.7301/Z06H4FM2

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  • MEDICC CASES coding scheme
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  • MEDICC data contents
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  • MEDICC follow-up coding manual
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  • GMIAS speech act coding scheme
    • Type: Pdf
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  • Schematic representation of topic coding system
    • Type: Pdf
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  • MEDICC option (observing patient involvement) coding scheme
    • Type: Pdf
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  • MEDICC data
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  • Data archive for methods for evaluating decisions and information in clinical communication
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    This digital archive contains the files of data sets, metadata and documentation, and code as well as other types of born-digital supplementary materials and research products associated with scholarly publications created by researchers at Brown University. Increasingly, academic publishers and ...

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