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by Hilton Davis,Lesley Fallowfield

eBook Counselling and Communication in Health Care ePub
Author: Hilton Davis,Lesley Fallowfield
Language: English
ISBN: 0471928186
ISBN13: 978-0471928188
Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (May 13, 1991)
Pages: 372
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 536
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ePub file: 1700 kb
Fb2 file: 1406 kb

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Counselling and Communication in Health Care. Chichester: John Wiley.

An Evaluation of Training in Basic Counselling Skills. Counselling and Communication in Health Care. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons. Child Characterization Sketch. This paper describes a project in which an attempt is made to provide regular, ongoing support and counselling for families of children with severe developmental delays and intellectual or physical impairments.

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Treatment advances may extend and improve the quality of life of children by controlling pain and other symptoms, gut, by definition, chronic illness and disability cannot be cured. this book aims to help healthcare workers integrate the skills of facilitative communication into their daily working practice so that children and families can be provided with the best possible care and support Counselling Children with Chronic Medical Conditions Communication and Counselling in Health Care. Melinda Edwards, Hilton Davis. Издание: иллюстрированное.

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Lesley Fallowfield, Samantha K Leaity, Anthony Howell, Sarah Benson, Sabina Signoretti. Communication within oncology is a core clinical skill but one in which few oncologists or specialist cancer nurses have received much formal training. Existing quality of life instruments do not include adequate items to measure the side effects and putative benefits of hormonal treatments given in breast cancer. We report the development an. More). Inadequate communication may cause muc. 12. 8. View on PubMed.

Infertility, genetic counseling, neonatal intensive care, cancer and heart disease are also covered. Will provide the medical student, instructor or physician with a better understanding of counseling and its application in a variety of medical settings

Infertility, genetic counseling, neonatal intensive care, cancer and heart disease are also covered. Will provide the medical student, instructor or physician with a better understanding of counseling and its application in a variety of medical settings. Library descriptions. Modern medical treatment can be an unpleasant, dehumanizing experience. 2. Looking after yourself. This exciting book provides a satisfying blend of theory and practice with vignettes of practice that bring the text to life. 3. Listening: some basic qualities and skills. 4. Listening to stories about illness and health: applying the lessons of narrative psychology. 5. Mental illness and communication. 6. Increasing multicultural competence. Dr Graham Curtis Jenkins, Director, Counselling in Primary Care Trust. This is an excellent text that deals with the burgeoning areas of counselling and communication skills. British Journal of Medical Psychology.

Publisher : John Wiley. Category : Counselling. Price £2. 9 Christin M. Jungers.

Professor Dame Lesley Jean Fallowfield DBE (born October 1949) is a British cancer psychologist and a professor of psycho-oncology at the University of Sussex.

Modern medical treatment can be an unpleasant, dehumanizing experience. The authors of this work believe that the available high-technology, coupled with solid counseling and communication, form the basis of the best physical and psychological care for patients. Contributors illustrate the types of patients that might benefit from counseling and potential strategies for assistance. Counseling tactics for patients with chronic illnesses such as diabetes, renal disease, and disfigurement as well as disabling conditions such as brain and spinal injury and multiple sclerosis are discussed. Infertility, genetic counseling, neonatal intensive care, cancer and heart disease are also covered. Will provide the medical student, instructor or physician with a better understanding of counseling and its application in a variety of medical settings.
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