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Author:
Philip R. Myerscough
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978-0192621856
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0192621858
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Oxford University Press; 2 edition (August 6, 1992)
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Philip Roger Myerscough. Oxford University Press, 1989 - 148 sivua. This book is a compact, practical introduction to talking with and listening to patients.

Philip Roger Myerscough. It provides analysis of the interchange of information and focuses on the affective dimensions of the medical interview, the aspect of communication with doctors which patients most often criticize and find insensitive.

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This book introduces the reader to the basic skills necessary for good communication between doctors (and other health professionals) and patients. The practical importance of such skills is outlined, making the doctor much more effective in all fields of medicine

This book introduces the reader to the basic skills necessary for good communication between doctors (and other health professionals) and patients. The practical importance of such skills is outlined, making the doctor much more effective in all fields of medicine. This is not a book for the specialist reader, but aimed at all those who need to talk with patients.

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Talking with patients: a basic clinical skill. this requires skill and tact. with Patients falls at this obstacle for two reasons. Philip R Myerscough, Oxford, OUP, 1992, 200 pages, £1. 5. sc. Students often regard talking with. and may resent teaching which they perceive as belittling. Yet there is ample evidence that the communication skills of young doctors are often seriously deficient. This discrepancy between a student's opinion of his or her skills and reality poses a major obstacle to teaching. with Patients falls at this obstacle for two reasons

Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more. Myerscough, P. R. (Philip Roger). 12. Talking to the Elderly, . 13. Talking to Dying Patient, D. Doyle.

Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more. 14. Talking about Sexual Function. 15. Aspects of Trans-Cultural Communication. 16. Developing the Skills.

Talking with patients. a basic clinical skill. Oxford medical publications. Published 1989 by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York Oxford medical publications.

Find nearly any book by Philip R. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Talking with Patients: A Basic Clinical Skill (Oxford Medical Publications): ISBN 9780192621856 (978-0-19-262185-6) Softcover, Oxford University Press, 1992. Talking with Patients: Keys to Good Communication (Oxford Medical Publications). Myerscough, Michael J. Ford.

The ability to communicate well is crucial for a doctor's effectiveness in clinical work. From the patient's perspective, effective interpersonal communication is regarded as the hallmark of an excellent physician. Learning to communicate well can be a difficult challenge for medical students. The skills involved rest on a framework of knowledge which is often not presented in a succinct and coherent form in the medical curriculum. This revised work provides an accessible, practical introduction to the skills of talking with and listening to patients. The book analyzes the interchange of information, and focuses on the affective dimensions of the medical interview - the feelings of the patient, and of the doctor. The factors which can inhibit or facilitate communication are discussed in detail. The contributed chapters broaden the scope of the book to include communication with particular categories of patients such as the child, the adolescent, the elderly, and the dying. Communication with patients from other cultures is also reviewed. In this new edition, chapters have been added on talking to relatives, discussing pregnancy and reproduction, and making decisions.