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Communication Skills In Medicine

  • ID: 2221572
  • Book
  • May 1997
  • 186 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
A guide to communication skills in medicine. The book explores all the types of scenarios doctors are likely to encounter, including congenital abnormalities, cancer, sudden death of a family member, the difficult patient and consulting relatives for a post mortem.
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Talking to the parents of a baby with perinatal brain injuries, Steven Ryan; telling parents their child has severe congenital anomalies, Steven Ryan; supporting relatives following a cot death, Barbara M. Phillips; the child in whom you suspect non–accidental injury or sexual abuse, Marion Miles; talking to the parents of a child who is brain dead, Alistair W. Blair and Christopher R. Steer; communicating with young adults with cystic fibrosis, Anthony K. Webb; counselling your patient for an HIV blood test, Sheila Moss et al; telling your patient he or she has multiple sclerosis, Helen L. Ford and Michael H. Johnson; telling your patient he or she has cancer, Dawn L. Alison; dealing with the difficult patient, Sam P. Smith; discussing the question of resuscitation with the patient and relatives, Kevin Stewart; telling relatives that a family member has died suddenly, Jonathan Marrow; asking relatives for a postmortem examination, Simon J. Sherwood and Roger D. Start.
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Charles R. K. Hind
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