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Barati M, Moeini B, Samavati A, Salehi O. ASSESSMENT OF COMMUNICATION SKILLS LEVEL AMONG MEDICAL COLLEGE STUDENTS: VERBAL, LISTENING, AND FEEDBACK SKILLS. Nursing and Midwifery Journal 2012; 10 (2)
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  Assessment of Communication skills Level among Medical college students: Verbal, Listening, and Feedback Skills     Barati M [1] , Moeini B [2] *, Samavati A [3] , Salehi O [4]     Received: 23 Oct, 2011 Accepted: 19 Jan, 2012     Abstract   Background & Aims: Communication skills are among the most important characteristics that a medical student requires. Since, communications skills have not been described for the medical students . The aim of this study is to assess the communication skills level among medical college students of Hamadan.   Materials & Methods: This descriptive-analytical study was carried out on 400 college students of Hamadan University of medical sciences which were recruited with a stratified sampling method. A questionnaire was used for data collection which measured the feedback, listening, and verbal skills. Validity and reliability of questionnaire were approved. Data were analyzed with SPSS-13 software using coefficient correlation, T test and ANOVA.   Results: The subjects reported 18, 19 and 17.8% of receivable scores of verbal, listening, and feedback communication, respectively. Significant differences in average score of communication skills related to gender, marriage status, degree, and education level were seen (P
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