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Doctor-patient communication

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Published by Academic Press in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Physician and patient.,
  • Communication in medicine.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    Statementedited by David Pendleton and John Hasler.
    ContributionsPendleton, David., Hasler, John.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsR727.3 .D58 1983
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 293 p. :
    Number of Pages293
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3513010M
    ISBN 100125498802
    LC Control Number82073799

    Barbara M. Korsch has been researching doctor- patient communications for 40 years. The knowledge she has gleaned will assist patients and parents of patients in communicating with their.   A key-concept in research on doctor-patient communication is patient-centred care, a paradigm defined as care focused on the patient as a whole person with individual preferences situated within a social context. 13 One of the key elements defining patient-centred doctor-patient communication is that doctors adapt their communication style to.

    4 Steps to Better Doctor-Patient Communication. by Suzanne Steinbaum, DO. Tweet. As I wrote in my book, Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum’s Heart Book: Every Woman’s Guide to a Heart-Healthy Life: “One of the things that stood out for me in the policy statement was this upon asking a patient to describe his or her concerns, the clinician. discussing end of life. This pocket guide was created to help you hone your communication skills in clinical practice. The protocols (step-wise modules) in this guide can be used in many situations and were created and developed by the late Robert F. Buckman, MD, PhD, Medical Oncologist and.

    INTRODUCTION. Risk communication is an essential part of shared decision making and evidence-based patient choice. 1 Discussing a patient's cardiovascular risk, their risk reduction from taking a statin, the risks and benefits of colorectal screening, or the truth behind the tabloids latest claim that vegetable X reduces the risk of cancer Y by 50%, are all examples of everyday general. Doctor-Patient Communication Good communication is an important part of the healing process. When a doctor and patient work as a team, they are more likely to achieve better health outcomes. Use the links below to get tips for patients on talking with your doctor, tips for healthcare professionals on working with older patients, and other free.


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David Pendleton, John Hasler. Academic Press, Jan 1, - Medical. Effective doctor-patient communication is a central clinical function, and the resultant communication is the heart and art of medicine and a central component in the delivery of health care.7,8,16 The 3 main goals of current doctor-patient communication are creating a good interpersonal relationship, facilitating exchange of information, and.

doctor patient communication that is unique in our culture and social settings. This will provide a framework and foundation from which further studies on effective intervention that aims to improve doctor patient relationship can be conducted.

This is a particularly important issue for. Ofri, a professor of medicine at New York University and hospital internist, shares many of Epstein’s concerns about physician-patient interactions in her book What Patients Say, What Doctors while Epstein focuses on the benefits of mindfulness, Ofri hones in on listening and communication skills as powerful tools for exceptional patient care.

“For all the sophisticated diagnostic tools of modern medicine, the conversation between doctor and patient remains the primary diagnostic tool.” This idea lies at the heart of Danielle Ofri's new book What Patients Say, What Doctors Hear, in which she acknowledges, dissects, experiments with, and analyses the complexities and miscues of the patient–doctor exchange.

Certain aspects of doctor-patient communication seem to have an influence on patients' behavior and well-being, for example satisfaction with care, adherence to treatment, recall and understanding of medical information, coping with the disease, quality of life, and even state of health [].

Doctor-patient communication is a skill essential for the satisfaction of the patients’ needs and expectations. It involves an art that every practicing physician should have. The situations in health care delivery that demands good doctor-patient communication are many.

Diabetes care, the management of hypertension, explaining serious. This book was recommended for our Patient Communication course during my first quarter of physician assistant school and Dr. Ofri's insights were profound.

Despite a few years of clinical experience prior to PA school, the conversations between patients and providers are in an entirely different league.4/5(72).

Communication can be seen as the main ingredient in medical care. In reviewing doctor-patient communication, the following topics are addressed: (1) different purposes of medical communication; (2) analysis of doctor-patient communication; (3) specific communicative behaviors; (4) the influence of communicative behaviors on patient outcomes; and (5) concluding remarks.

Written by three of the most important figures in the field of doctor-patient communication, this book is a must-read for clinicians who care not only for the seriously ill but for any patient." - Pauline Chen, author of Final Exam (Knopf) and "Doctor and Patient" columnist for the New York Times "This is a superbly practical and helpful s:   Dr.

Berger rigorously reviews the ins and outs of doctor-patient communication to find what you need to do to get the best healthcare: better conversations with your doctor Victor Montori, MD, MSc, professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic About the s: But she insists that the most powerful tool remains the doctor-patient conversation, which can uncover nuances not otherwise evident in a physical exam.

In this book, Ofri explores the world of doctor-patient communication and how implementing better communication practices can improve overall health. Read more about Danielle Ofri. Weinman, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, This article provides a selective overview of psychological studies of doctor–patient communication.

It focuses on three linked components, namely the input factors which the patient and doctor bring to the consultation, the interactional processes which occur during the consult ation, and the short and.

An excellent book that explores in an accessible and engaging way the importance of good communication between doctors and patients. The book cogently and persuassively explains why good communication is beneficial not only fror the patients and their families, resulting in better medical outcomes for myriad reasons, but also how this could be a crucial component to healing the overtaxed Reviews: Email communication has great potential to improve patient-doctor communication.

Emails serve as an opportunity to prevent medical errors and keep patients actively involved in their care, as well. It makes physicians more accessible and allows for more thorough exchange of information that may be missed during an office visit or via a phone.

Talking to Your Doctor, by Zackary Berger, MD, PhD, is a practical guide to building a working relationship with your health care provider based on good communication, for the sake of your health and your community. Positive patient communication involves recognizing and responding to the patient as a whole person, an approach termed “patient-centered health care.” 68 Patient-centeredness is a constellation of skills that are considered crucial elements in the provision of quality interpersonal care.

69–71 Patient-centered skills have been described as those responsive to the patient's values, needs.Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Doctor-patient communication.

London ; New York: Academic Press, (OCoLC)Skills for Communicating with Patients, Third Edition is one of two companion books on improving communication in medicine, which together provide a comprehensive approach to teaching and learning communication skills throughout all levels of medical education in both specialist and family medicine.

Since their publication, the first edition of thi.