82. Clinical Communication In Medicine

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82. Clinical Communication In Medicine

82. Clinical Communication In Medicine



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Contributors, viii
Foreword, xi
1 Introduction, 1
Jane Kidd
Part 1: The doctor‐patient relationship
Section lead editor: Lorraine M. Noble
2 Introduction to the Doctor–Patient Relationship, 5
Lorraine M. Noble
3 History of the Doctor–Patient Relationship, 6
Annie Cushing
4 Models of the Doctor–Patient Consultation, 21
Alexia Papageorgiou
5 What Is Effective Doctor–Patient Communication? Review of the Evidence, 30
Gregory Makoul and Sandra van Dulmen
6 Patient‐Centredness, 40
Rosie Illingworth
7 The Impact of Training, 49
John Skelton
8 The Future of the Doctor–Patient Relationship, 57
Lorraine M. Noble
Part 2: Components of Communication
Section lead editor: Alexia Papageorgiou
Part 2A: Core Tasks in Clinical Communication
9 Overview of Core Tasks in Clinical Communication, 69
Jonathan Silverman
10 Relationship Building, 72
Jonathan Silverman
11 Information Gathering and Clinical Reasoning, 76
Jonathan Silverman
12 Information Sharing and Shared Decision Making, 81
Jonathan Silverman

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13 Communicating about Risk and Uncertainty, 87
Katherine Joekes
14 Responding to Emotions, 91
Theano V. Kalavana
15 Breaking Bad News, 98
Rob Lane
16 Facilitating Behaviour Change through Motivational Interviewing, 104
Eva Doherty
17 Responding to Medical Error and Complaints, 108
Lucy Ambrose and Lindsey Pope
Part 2B: Diversity Issues in Clinical Communication
and Cultural Diversity
18 Overview of Diversity Issues in Clinical Communication, 117
Costas S. Constantinou
19 Diversity Issues in Clinical Communication, 119
Margot Turner and Nisha Dogra
20 The Family Consultation, 127
Xavier Coll
21 Consulting with Children and Young People, 131
Xavier Coll
22 The Older Patient, 138
Andrew Tarbuck
23 End of Life Issues, 147
Vinnie Nambisan and Jennifer Balls
24 Mental Health Matters, 151
Jonathan Wilson
Part 2C: Interprofessional Communication
25 Interprofessional Communication and Its Challenges, 159
Susanne Lindqvist
Part 3: Learning, Teaching and Assessment
Section lead editor: Jo Brown
26 Introduction to Learning, Teaching and Assessment, 171
Jo Brown
27 The History of Clinical Communication Teaching, 172
Victoria Bates, Jonathan Reinarz and Connie Wiskin
Part 3A: Models of Learning
28 Behaviourism as a Way of Learning, 181
Jo Brown

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29 Situated and Work‐Based Learning, 186
Jo Brown
30 Experiential Learning, 193
Jan van Dalen
31 Transformative Learning and High‐Fidelity Simulation, 200
Wesley Scott‐Smith
32 Reflective Practice, 206
Sally Quilligan
33 Models of Feedback, 211
Catherine J. Williamson, Jill Dales and John Spencer
Part 3B: The Assessment of Communication
34 Introduction to Assessment in Communication, 221
Jane Kidd
35 Assessing Performance, 233
Connie Wiskin and Janet Lefroy
36 Workplace‐Based Assessment, 241
Jane Kidd and Janet Lefroy
Part 4: Afterword
37 Afterword, 251
Jo Brown, Lorraine M. Noble, Alexia Papageorgiou and Jane Kidd
Index, 252



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