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Partitioned Process of Patient Communication by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 18 Nov 2008 12:14am Partitioned Process of Patient Communication: "Some weeks ago, one of the problems under discussion was the short time doctors often have to communicate with patients during their visits to the clinic. Also under discussion was the communication skill of health care professionals, especially in relation to patients with limited literacy skills. ... Read on »
Cutting chaos from clinical communications — interview with PerfectServe CEO Terry Edwards (transcript) by David W. Patient Expert Posted Wed 20 Jun 2012 12:55pm This is the transcript of my recent podcast interview with PerfectServe founder and CEO Terry Edwards. David Williams: This is David Williams, co-founder of MedPharma Partners and author of the Health Business Blog. I am speaking today with Terry Edwards,  founder and CEO of PerfectServe . Terry, thanks for being with me today. Terr ... Read on »
Communication, Communication, Communication!!! by Christina Thielst Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 24 Mar 2009 3:41pm Before the HIMSS  published guide to establishing a RHIO, I wrote Forming a RHIO?....   In this first ver sion I listed those thin gs that would be importa nt to building a strong foundation for sustainability and success.  The l ast item was "communic ate, communicate, communic ate".  Well, I have an example of what happens when suff ... Read on »
Good Communication Skill: How Do I Acquire Good Communication Skill Quickly If I Am A Poor Communicator? by Cecil M. Health Maven Posted Wed 23 Jun 2010 9:04am If you are a solo professional or entrepreneur, one of the key to your success is to have good communicator Skill. One of the concerns that can drive you crazy is If somebody is stressed out, they need to step back and start listening. They need to take that on themselves.   Wayne: Is that right?   Cecil: No. You can’t do that b ... Read on »
Lots of Twitter communication about science communication by Thomas S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 17 Jan 2012 9:51am Before the year of 2011 came to an end, I did a few posts about science communication and the challenge of communicating science communication . This was inspired by various talks I had had with friends, colleagues and the planning of a masters course in Public Health Science Communication. And as one of the first things in 2012, the #hcsma ... Read on »
Still communicating about how to communicate science communication by Thomas S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 02 Jan 2012 5:07am Even though I have been blogging for almost half a year, I can still be amazed by the experience of other people reading my posts, reblogging them, commenting and retweeting them and contacting me directly to express their thoughts. I must admit that it gives me a kick every time. It is not a snow avalanche of reactions, but it is enough to inc ... Read on »
Dementia care: Communication, communication, communication by Sarah Reed Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 03 Jan 2013 6:04pm As anyone who cares for a person with dementia will know only too well, when the person loses their ability to communicate, frustration is an obvious outcome. Yet this problem is probably the biggest for people with dementia, their families and carers. And as the illness progresses, the person with dementia gradually loses their ability ... Read on »
The challenge of communicating science communication by Thomas S. Patient Expert Posted Fri 30 Dec 2011 6:21am How do you communicate the relevance of science communication to a fellow public health person? Can I make a convincing argument for why things such as Twitter can be a useful tool in the communication of research? In the days leading up to Christmas, I was challenged by these exact questions, when I after dinner had an interesting discussi ... Read on »
Pre operative briefings reduce unexpected delays and decrease the frequency of communication breakdowns that lead to delays by David Smith, MD Posted Wed 07 Apr 2010 12:00am Nundy et al examined the impact of a pre operative briefing on operating room delays and found that a pre operative briefing reduced unexpected delays by 31%.  The authors developed a pre operative briefing tool that included the names and roles of the team members, the time out process, confirmation of antibiotics, a review of the c ... Read on »
Is online communication a form of communion? by Suzanna S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 27 Oct 2008 3:04am This is a guest post by Gina Loree’ Marks. Suzanna returns from Europe November 3rd. In the meantime, enjoy my guests! **I am a bodyworker, in particular, a shiatsu practitioner.  My area of expertise lies in my ability to put my hands on a person’s body, feel what’s going on, and then bring my training, skills, and intuition to bear on what t ... Read on »