Medical Appraisal Skills Video Workshop: Scene 6 Retirement

| April 19, 2016

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This is one of a series of short films intended to explore some of the challenges presented by medical appraisal conversations, and to encourage you to consider helpful behaviours, strategies, and mind-sets for these important meetings. The purpose of this scene is to explore how we can encourage doctors to reflect on their practice during an appraisal conversation.

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