Incorporating a patient-focused perspective on communication and health care, this new title for physical and occupational therapists and students provides practical strategies for effective communication with both colleagues and patients. Written in a straightforward, easy-to-understand style, it offers a multidisciplinary, evidence-based approach and an emphasis on reflective practice, making it a timely and useful resource for today's readers.
Discusses strategies for communicating with both colleagues and patients
Examines the evidence for the importance of effective communication in enhancing clinical effectiveness
Contains reflective exercises for self-awareness of personal communication skills and difficulties
Provides case studies that allow the reader to analyze a range of realistic communication problems
Includes research-based evidence throughout
By Frances Reynolds, BSc, Dip. Psych Couns, PhD, Lecturer in Psychology and Rehabilitation Counselling, Department of Health Studies, Brunel University, Isleworth, UK
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