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Tompsett, Hilary; Henderson, Kathleen; Mathew Byrne, Jane; Gaskell Mew, Elaine; Tompsett, Chris (2017)
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: socialwork, education
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    • use of technology (54, 12) self-observation (42, 12) authenticity (realistic v false) (3, 10) practice educator session (0, 5) interview structuring session (0, 5)
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