Using Improv to Develop Communication Skills for Medical Students
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Strong communication skills are essential for clinicians, and clear and confident self-presentation is important for medical students. Techniques of improvisational theater have been adapted for use in many classroom settings, and its use specifically in the health sciences to improve communication skills has been reported by several investigators. We describe here a short workshop series designed to apply this model to the context of a student-led organization to improve communication skills.