5 edition of Communicating health found in the catalog.
Includes bibliography (p. 352-385) and indexes.
|Statement||Patricia Geist-Martin, Eileen Berlin Ray, Barbara F. Sharf.|
|Contributions||Ray, Eileen Berlin., Sharf, Barbara F, 1948-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||406|
An example of this may be observed in the ongoing distrust of vaccinations due to the publication of numerous messages that wrongly link the childhood measles-mumps-rubella MMR vaccination with the development and onset of Autism. Alcohol abuse has been a problem within society for about as long as alcohol has been around. Try to reflect the feelings and thoughts the patient is expressing by rephrasing questions and comments using their own words. When the nurse and the patient do not share a common language, interaction between them is strained and very limited [ 91011 ].
Physical movement or finding a quiet place to regain your balance can quickly reduce stress. If there seems to be a disconnect, reflect what has been said by paraphrasing. Understanding the audience for the information is critical to effective delivery. Tailor the message to the totality of the person Saying something does not necessary mean that the message has been received and understood.
Difficulty with speech and hearing People can experience difficulty in speech and hearing following conditions like stroke or brain injury. Culture, background and bias can be good if they allow one to use past experiences to understand something new; it is when they change meaning of the message that they interfere with the communication process [ 12 ]. If you realize that the other person cares much more about an issue than you do, compromise may be easier for you and a good investment for the future of the relationship. Nonverbal communication, or body language, includes facial expressions, body movement and gestures, eye contact, posture, the tone of your voice, and even your muscle tension and breathing. The nurse must listen more than speak, both to what the patient is saying verbally and what is being said non-verbally. Further information: Health literacy One problem that health communication seeks to address is the gap that has formed between health literacy and the use of health communication.
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Adaptability: Adapt your response to the clues the patient that the patient gives you. The concept originated inin response to a NASA Communicating health book that examined the role that human error plays in air crashes. Summarize your response and then stop talking, even if it leaves a silence in the room.
When the nurse and the patient do not share a common language, interaction between them is strained and very limited [ 91011 ]. While you might be excited to get started with your new program, you must first develop a sound strategic plan.
I read this when I was 18 years old out by the pool when I was working as a lifeguard. Barriers to Effective Communication Health professionals tend to work autonomously, even though they may speak of being part of a team.
Identify yourself by indicating who you are and where you are phoning from. The development and implementation of CRM in aviation over the last 25 years offers valuable lessons for medical care.
One of health communication's most important applications has been throughout major Environmental events e. Now this one is a huge eye opener. It provides a detailed and up-to-date overview, drawing upon material from several health-related disciplines including public health, health studies and nursing.
Its approach incorporating theory along with exercises and nurse practice exemplars grabs the attention of nurses and teachers with a desire to want to learn more about how to be an effective compassionate communicator.
This is a keeper and a re-reader for anyone wanting to improve his communication skills! The person initiating the communication knows that before they pick up the telephone, they need to provide an assessment of the problem and what they think an appropriate solution is.
Strong, clear, and positive relationships with physicians can chronically improve and increase the condition of a certain patient.
This represents a major change in training, which had previously dealt with only the technical aspects of flying. Covert elements — where the speaker is able to recognize their rights and the rights of the listener in the communication process. The most important of these relationships are the connection and interaction between an individual and their health care provider e.
It does NOT mean being hostile, aggressive, or demanding.
Past experiences can change the meaning of the message. Operational concepts stressed include inquiry, seeking relevant operational information, advocacy, communicating proposed actions, conflict resolution, and decisionmaking.
As strange as it sounds, the left side of the brain contains the primary processing centers for both speech comprehension and emotions.Health communication and health information technology (IT) are central to health care, public health, and the way our society views health.
These processes make up the ways and the context in which professionals and the public search for, understand, and use health information, significantly impacting their health decisions and actions.
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Good communication is an important part of all relationships and is an essential part of any healthy partnership. All relationships have ups and downs, but a healthy communication style can make it easier to deal with conflict and build a stronger and healthier partnership.
Promoting effective communication in health care is demanding and challenging because of the nature of the work environment. Nurses who have received training in communication skills communicate effectively and show increased confidence in communicating with patients. We are IntechOpen, the world's leading publisher of Open Access books Author: Maureen Nokuthula Sibiya.