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4 edition of Communication and Medical Practice found in the catalog.

Communication and Medical Practice

Social Relations in the Clinic

by David Silverman

  • 36 Want to read
  • 25 Currently reading

Published by Sage Publications Ltd .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Physician & Patient,
  • Physician-Patient Interaction,
  • Health/Fitness,
  • Interpersonal communication,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines / Communication,
  • Public health & preventive medicine,
  • Physician and patient

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages288
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7909348M
    ISBN 100803981090
    ISBN 109780803981096

    Your guide to better patient communication This guide outlines some simple strategies and tips for improving communication with your patients. Research indicates that ‘soft skills’ have a direct bearing on patient perceptions of the value of care provided, the degree . Selection of a communication technique and our expectations of a conversation depend on our cultural background. There are two major cultural systems at work in medical communication: the medical culture in which we trained and/or practice and the non-medical society in .

    Description. Highly Commended at the British Medical Association Book Awards Clinical Communication in Medicine brings together the theories, models and evidence that underpin effective healthcare communication in one accessible volume. Endorsed and developed by members of the UK Council of Clinical Communication in Undergraduate Medical Education, it traces the subject to its .   Book Description. Scientific and Medical Communication: A Guide for Effective Practice prepares readers to effectively communicate in professional scientific communities. The material in this book is firmly grounded in more than published research findings and editorials by scientific writers, authors, and journal editors.

      Need to be learnt side by side T eaching clinical skills to undergraduates focuses on examination, planning treatment, safe prescribing, and procedures such as venepuncture, suturing, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation.1 Curriculums for communication skills aim to develop effective (clear and sensitive) communication with patients, carers, and colleagues. Skills include being able to take . Good Practice demonstrates the impact of good communication on the doctor-patient relationship and enables students to become confident and effective practitioners in English. M3 - Book. SN - BT - Good practice student's book: communication skills in English for the medical practitioner. PB - Cambridge University Press. CY.


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It is thought-provoking and will fuel many lively debates covering ideology, policy, and clinical practice.′ - British Journal of Medical Psychology ′All sections of the book provide valuable and original insights into the nature and structure of medical interactions. should be of interest to scholars and students of medical by: Digital Communication in Communication and Medical Practice book Practice is a concise overview of the communication tools available to every practicing physician.

The book illustrates how proven communication technologies – the computer, email and the Internet, cell phones, PDAs, and video – can help doctors address the issues of too little time, too many patients and too much by: 8.

Scientific and Medical Communication: A Guide for Effective Practice prepares readers to effectively communicate in professional scientific communities.

The material in this book is firmly grounded in more than published research findings and editorials by scientific writers, authors, and journal by: 2. Communication and Medical Practice: Social Relations in the Clinic (Book).

David Armstrong. United Medical and Dental Schools, London University. Search for more papers by this author. David Armstrong. United Medical and Dental Schools, London : David Armstrong. Book Description. Good Practice focuses on the language and communication skills that doctors need to make consultations more effective, using five elements of good communication: verbal communication, active listening, voice management, non-verbal communication Cited by: 1.

"Health communication is integral to public health practice and advocacy. This book on its theory and practice fills a gap in the public health literature in a way that is accessible, useful, and comprehensive." —Sally Guttmacher, Ph.D., professor, director /5(13).

This book presents an international snapshot of communication in healthcare settings and examines how policies, procedures and technological developments influence day to day practice.

Brings together a series of papers describing features of healthcare interaction in settings in Australasia, the U.S.A, continental Europe and the UK. The Complete Guide to Communication Skills in Clinical Practice including • Breaking Bad News • Addressing Emotions • Discussing Medical Errors • Cultural Competence • Challenging Emotional Conversations with Patients & Families • Effective Communication in Supervision Walter F.

Baile, M.D. FNRM Communication Handbook 1 INTRODUCTION Communicating with others is a part of everyday life. In large part, communication is about explicit language– speaking and writing words– but communication is also about implicit messages, such as tone, or eye contact.

Learning to communicate effectively both implicitly and. indicates that the section was new in the Practice Book, taking effect October 1, The notation (See P.B.Sec.) () indicates that the section was modeled on a rule in the Practice Book but was actually adopted for the first time to take effect October 1, A highly practical account of communication for medical students, backed up with numerous case histories.

In addition to the clinical interview the book covers other aspects of communication including how to promote healthy behaviour and the need for the doctor to work as part of the health care team.

Communication and Interpersonal Skills The second edition of this popular book will enable nursing and health care students to improve their communication and interpersonal skills. It provides an introduction to the theory that underpins communication studies and offers opportunities for students to reflect on their own practice.

Numerous studies in countries across the globe have proven that communication deficiencies in medical practice are quite common. One study, performed inhas shown that in 50% of visits, the doctor and the patient do not agree on the nature of the main presenting problem.

(Starfield, et al. ) Another study, performed infound that. A host of communications books focus on everything from how you write, how you speak, how you communicate with your family and friends, and how you use communications to advocate for issues important to you.

The books are impactful whether you are a born communicator, or whether you are an introvert or an extrovert. Medical communication has received much attention over the past few decades. There is an increasing demand on doctors to be more effective communicators, especially when Author: Jean Perera.

The authors of the book Effective Communication Skills for Doctors, Teresa Parrott and Graham Crook, explore, together with Matt Green of the BPP University College’s School of Health, the art of clear communication in medicine and the steps that doctors can take to improve their communication with patients, family, and colleagues.

Scientific and Medical Communication: A Guide for Effective Practice prepares readers to effectively communicate in professional scientific communities.

The material in this book is firmly grounded in more than published research findings and. Increases in nursing communication can lessen medical errors and make a difference in positive patient outcomes. This chapter explores how effective communication and interpersonal skills can enhance professional nursing practice and nursing relationships with various stakeholders.

As with most communication, careful listening, as well as showing your patient you are listening through positive body language, will serve you well in talking to children patients. Distraction. Distraction techniques have been shown to be effective in reducing pain and distress during medical procedures in children (Duff et al.

Medical errors and failure to rescue are commonly attributed to ineffective communication during operative care in “low frequency, high acuity” events, including trauma resuscitation and cardiac arrest situations. In such precarious scenarios, effective communication is critical to the avoidance of preventable harm to patients.

Prevent medical errors & unnecessary spending with effective communication. Medical errors, or preventable adverse events, are estimated to .Written communication Health services need to keep good written records of the care given to patients/clients for three main reasons: To make sure the care and treatment can continue to be given safely no matter which staff are on duty, 24 hours a day, seven days a week To record the care that has been given to the patient/client.Good communication is critical to good healthcare.

The therapeutic value of effective communication has not always been recognised, but now a substantial body of research demonstrates its value. Nursing practice is founded upon the concept of compassionate care – of which communication is one element.