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by Moira Stewart,Debra Roter

Author: Moira Stewart,Debra Roter
Subcategory: Words Language & Grammar
Language: English
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Inc (June 1, 1989)
Pages: 288 pages
Category: Reference
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Personal Name: Roter, Debra. Uniform Title: Sage series in interpersonal communication ; v. 9. Rubrics: Physician-Patient Relations Communication Confidentiality Physician and patient Interpersonal communication Confidential communications Physicians. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

Interpersonal communication is an exchange of information between two or more people. book below: (C) 2016-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners.

Communicating with Medical Patients Debra Roter, Moira Stewart Sage Publications, 1989. An important contribution to the state of the method, this practical volume is of crucial interest to professionals and students in the areas of interpersonal communication, health services and social work. Communication, Communication Studies, Confidential communications

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Communicating With Medical Patients book. 0803932162 (ISBN13: 9780803932166).

Series: SAGE Benchmarks in Communication . March 2010 1 728 pages SAGE Publications Ltd. Download flyer Recommend to Library. Interpersonal communication is inexorable, irrevocable, complex, and relative but ultimately necessary. Understanding this type of communication gives us a framework for successful and effective interaction with others in everyday situations. In this multivolume reference collection, subject specialists Mark L. Knapp and John . aly, explore the dimensions, dynamics, and implications of interpersonal communication.

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cle{gWM, title {Communicating with medical patients Communicating with medical patients Stewart M and Roter D, SAGE Publications 286pp £1. 0 0-8039-3217-0. author {Julie A. Hyde}, journal {Nursing standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great Britain) : 1987)}, year {1989}, volume {4 4}, pages {. 41 } }. Julie A. Hyde. Moira Stewart and Debra Roter present their reading audience with a comprehensive manual which covers the components of communication between both the doctors and their patients or clients.

Communication, vol. 9; series. Finally, Experiment 3 evaluated two different methods (caption-based selection versus section-based selection) to automatically illustrate answers to medical questions, and compared the results to those of manually created presentations.

Communicating with medical patients. Stewart, Moira; Roter, Debra. Physician and patient, Interpersonal communication, Confidential communications - Physicians, Communication, Confidentiality, Physician-Patient Relations, Relations médecin-patient, Médecine - Secret professionnel, Communication interpersonnelle, Confidential communications - Physicians, Interpersonal communication, Physician and patient, Arts-patiënt-relatie, Interpersoonlijke communicatie, Arzt, Patient, Kommunikation, Doctors Communication with patients. Newbury Park : Sage Publications.

Designed to synthesize a growing international and interdisciplinary body of experience, this volume provides a mandate and a charge to medicine to fundamentally transform the traditional clinical method and the social relations it fosters between doctor and patient and between student and teacher. The contributors challenge the medical establishment to change their clinical method from that of a disease-centred to a patient-centred one. Four sections deal with issues related to the doctor′s own transformation, the medical interview, teaching and learning, and validation.