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Email as the preferred mode of doctor-patient communication by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 18 Nov 2008 12:18am I always request my patients to email me rather than phone me for non-urgent matters. I find this is much easier for them - and for me ! I reply to all emails within 24 hours - and since they have to write down their queries, they are well-organised and ask much better questions, so my answers are better. Also, since I give them a written reply ... Read on »
Power Communication in Work and ... by passion4living Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 4:23pm Power Communication in Work and Business Do you ever wonder why you have trouble communicating what you really want to say? Do you ever feel that the the person you're speaking to dominates the conversation? I'll show you how to understand basic principles of communication and apply a few simple techniques to communicate more effect ... Read on »
Power Communication in Work and ... by passion4living Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 7:41pm Power Communication in Work and Business Do you ever wonder why you have trouble communicating what you really want to say? Do you ever feel that the the person you're speaking to dominates the conversation? I'll show you how to understand basic principles of communication and apply a few simple techniques to communicate more effect ... 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 »
Communication is Dynamic by Nicole Beurkens Posted Tue 16 Apr 2013 9:00am Communication is Dynamic April 16, 2013 By Erin Roon, MA CCC-SLP Communication is a dynamic process. It goes way beyond the words we say. Many people interchange the words communication, language, and speech; but these terms are not synonymous. Speech refers to the actual words or sounds that are coming from your ... 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 »
How email can improve doctor-patient communication by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 18 Nov 2008 12:14am Many people are worried that email will harm the doctor-patient relationship by making it impersonal. However , I often find email helps to improve it ! In fact, email is a great way of communicating with patients. Face-to-face, many patients go to pieces. They forget their questions; garble their medical history; and often forget half of what ... Read on »
A Content Analysis of E-mail Communication Between Doctors and Patients by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 18 Nov 2008 12:17am A Content Analysis of E-mail Communication Between Doctors and Patients: "The Institute of Medicine has called for an increased use of nonvisit care in response to patients’ needs. E-mail may be the most efficient venue for the provision of such care. In addition, e-mail documentation is a superior alternative to transcription of telephone care ... Read on »