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Communicating with the patient / P. Ley and M. S. Spelman.
|Contributions||Spelman, Michael Stanway.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||128|
Buy Communicating with Patients: Improving Communication, Satisfaction and Compliance (Psychology & Health Series) 2nd Revised edition by Ley, Philip (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 1. They responded to the Patient-Medical Personnel Drama Scale (PMPDS) and the Attitude Towards Health and Illness Scale (ATHIS). Step-wise multiple regression analysis was used for data analysis and the results revealed that drama, as a means of communication made the most significant contribution while educational level came up in step two.
As noted by Ley and Spelman, 1 “if the patient cannot remember what he is supposed to do, he is extremely unlikely to do it.” Ley P, Spelman M. Communicating with the patient. London: Staples; 2. Bartlett E, Grayson M, Barker R, Levine D, Golden A, Libber S. The effects of physician communications skills on patient satisfaction. Because technology gives students so many ways to communicate with patients, it’s a particularly important consideration. But don’t overdo it, Zalman cautioned. Instead of inundating patients with messages from multiple platforms, “choose no more than three communication channels, and [use] them well,” she said.
Patient-Provider Communications: Caring to Listen offers specific patient communication for advanced practice nurses. Role-plays for different clinical situations, with varying patient populations, provide a bridge for implementing communication strategies in the clinical setting. Considering these alarming statistics and the huge impact that communication has on improving patient care, we’ve laid out six tips on how to improve your patient communication skills as a future physician. 6 Tips for Better Communication with Your Patients 1. Introduce yourself. 3 out of 4 doctors don’t introduce themselves to their patients.
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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 this book and its companion, Teaching and Reviews: Author(s): Ley,Philip,; Spelman,M S Title(s): Communicating with the patient [by] P.
Ley and M. Spelman. Country of Publication: England Publisher: [London] Staples Press  Description: p. Language: English MeSH: Communication*; Physician-Patient Relations* NLM ID: [Book]. Communicating with Today’s Patient: Essentials to Save Time, Decrease Risk, and Increase Patient Compliance.
San Francisco, CA. Jossey-Bass. 2) Baker SK. Managing Patient Expectations: the Art of Finding and Keeping Loyal Patients. San Francisco, CA. Jossey-Bass. Amy M. Swann. Ley, P. Pike, L.A. Whitworth, M.A. and Woodward, R. Effects of source, context of communication and difficulty level on the success of health educational.
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Ley and M. Spelman, Effectiveness of label statements for drugs and poisons, Communicating with the patient. Ley, P. Psychology and medicine icating with patients: Improving communication, satisfaction and compliance. Croom Helm. Abstract. This book analyses the problems, discussing how they arise and when and where they are most likely to occur.
It outlines how health professionals can improve their communicative skills both. Communication for Nurses:Talking with Patients, Third Edition is a comprehensive text that prepares Nursing students for a career in healthcare.
This must have text is suitable for students and professionals alike as it providing the reader with the tools necessary to develop a professional communication style.
A method for increasing patients' recall of information presented by doctors1 - Volume 3 Issue 2 - P. Ley, P. Bradshaw, D. Eaves, C. Walker. Communicating with Patients Paperback – 1 Oct. by Philip Ley (Author) › Visit Amazon's Philip Ley Page. search results for this author.
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Part One con centrates on the general psychological processes that have relevance in many health settings, in the prevention, alleviation and management of illness, as weIl as current practices in health care delivery. C.R.B. Joyce, Qualitative Study of Doctor-Patient Communication Q J Med () P.
Ley, M.S. Spelman, Communications in an Outpatient Setting Brit J Soc Clin Psychol 4: () R.D. Gibbs, Patient Understanding of Commonly Used Medical Vocabulary J Fam Pract () D.L.
Smith, The Patient Education Team Part I. This book is vital for health service managers and clinicians, in both purchaser and provider organizations, in community and hospital settings.
It helps the reader understand the principles and purposes of casemix and provides practical examples of /5(1). British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Ley P, Spelman MS Communicating With The Patient. Staples Press, London McGhee A The Patient's Attitude To Nursing Care. E & S Livingstone, Edinburgh Macintyre S Communications Between Pregnant Women and Their Medical and Midwifery Attendants.
A practice that calls to schedule an appointment at 2 p.m. while the patient is in a business meeting, for example, may end up playing phone tag for a few days before they finally connect. PRM tools can ensure the alignment of education and communication through applications that help personalize outreach and deliver it via each patient’s.
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Pediatrics. ;The patient’s decision to accept or decline email communication containing privileged information should be documented in the medical record.
Advise the patient of the limitations of these channels when a patient initiates electronic communication. Obtain the patient’s consent to continue electronic communication when a patient initiates.Then, using this information, the nurse determines which communication strategies are best for that patient and creates an individualized communication care plan that is placed in the patient’s room so all health-care providers – and family members – can use the strategies to communicate with the patient.