Soft (People) Skills for Physicians (NO CME)
|Time to study||3 month|
|Expected study time||2.5 hours|
Having the technical skills and knowledge to successfully execute your job duties is only one part of being the best physician you can be. In addition to these “hard” skills, we also need “soft” skills. Soft skills are sometimes called “people” skills, and are those skills which allow you to effectively work with others. No matter what your position, organization, or specialty, you work with people. Taking the time to build effective soft skills can contribute to a more efficient, more harmonious, and more productive medical workplace. At the same time it can improve your own happiness and satisfaction as a physician. This course covers the basics of "soft skills"and discusses some of the more important skills for today's physician, including communication, teamwork, problem-solving, time management, attitude and work ethic, adaptability, self-confidence, ability to learn and networking.
You must download the free guidebook that accompanies this course to continue with your studies.
This activity is certified for 2.5 hours of CME by RMCHCS.
The cost of $275 includes Santa Fe GRT and LMS user fee.
- Soft Skills for Physicians SCORM
- Soft Skills Guidebook PDF