2 edition of Communicationin medical education found in the catalog.
Communicationin medical education
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe.
Written in English
|Series||EURO / World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe -- 6204, EURO -- 6204.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 62 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||62|
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This volume provides a comprehensive discussion of communication between doctors and patients in primary care consultations. It brings together a team of leading contributors from the fields of linguistics, sociology and medicine to describe each phase of the primary care consultation, identifying the distinctive tasks, goals and activities that make up each phase of primary care as. Author Affiliations: Center for Health and Public Service Research, Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service (Drs Yedidia and Gillespie and Ms Chepaitis), and School of Medicine (Drs Schwartz and Lipkin), New York University, and Medical Education Development (Dr Kachur), New York City; University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester (Drs Ockene and Lazare); and Case Western.
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Endorsed and developed by members of the UK Council of Clinical Communication in Undergraduate Medical Education, it traces the subject to its /5(8). The book is very clearly written, usually with the appropriate amount of information--not a lot of repetition, and very few gaps.
The authors also cite all their reference material, which is helpful as there were a few areas where I want to do more research. Clinical Communication Communicationin medical education book.
Communication is a critical skill in clinical practice and sometimes not emphasized in medical education. Effective communication skills ease the pressure in dealing with difficult or even "typical" patients and will make your patients feel more comfortable with by: 5.
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Endorsed and developed by members of the UK Council of Clinical Communication in Undergraduate Medical Education, it traces the subject to its. Medical education has initiated major paradigm shifts in the last few decades aimed primarily at meeting the challenges of medical practice in the 21st century and also because of patient safety.
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Endorsed and developed by members of the UK Council of Clinical Communication in Undergraduate Medical Education, it traces the subject to its. Davidoff F, Deutsch S, Egan K, Ende J. Who has seen a blood sugar: Reflections on medical education. This poetic and philosophical book on medical education describes the essential elements needed by professionals for effective communication, the importance of entering the patient’s world, and creating a connection with the patient.
YOUR FIRST TASK TO GET HISTORY NEEDS EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION• In all doctor-patient interactions a variety of communication skills will be required for different phases of the consultation.
During the start of a consultation, doctors must establish a rapport and identify the reasons for the consultation. There is a relative lack of current research on the effects of specific communication training offered at the beginning of the medical degree program.
The newly developed communication training "Basics and Practice in Communication Skills" was pilot tested in and expanded in the following year at the University Medical Centre Hamburg-Eppendorf in Germany. for Indian medical graduate. The overall goal of undergraduate medical education programme (GMR ) is to create an “Indian Medical Graduate” (IMG) possessing requisite knowledge, skills, attitudes, values and responsiveness, so that he or she may function appropriately and effectively as a physician of first contact of the community while.
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While the idea that communication is an essential aspect of medicine is not new, communication skills teaching and assessment have recently become more visible in medical education. For instance, communication skills feature prominently in a new national initiative: The National Board of Medical.
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Get this from a library! Communication in medical education; report on a working group convened by the Regional Office for Europe of the World Health Organization in collaboration with the Government of Poland, Cracow 31 October-4 November [World Health Organization.
Regional Office for Europe.; Poland.].