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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Suzanne M Kurtz; Jonathan Silverman, Dr.; Juliet Draper
|Notes:||Companion book to: Skills for communicating with patients / Jonathan Silverman, Suzanne Kurtz, and Juliet Draper. 2nd ed. 2005.|
|Description:||xiv, 367 p. ; 25 cm.|
pt. 1 An overview of communication skills teaching and learning --
1 The "why"" a rationale for communication skills teaching and learning --
2 The "what": defining what we are trying to teach and learn --
3 The "how": principles of how to teach and learn communication skills --
4 Choosing and using appropriate teaching methods --
pt. 2 Communication skills teaching and learning in practice --
5 Analysing interviews and giving feedback in experiential teaching sessions --
6 Running a session: facilitating communication skills teaching in different learning contexts --
7 Running a session: facilitation tools to maximise participation and learning --
8 Running a session: introducing research and theory; expanding and consolidating learning --
pt. 3 Constructing a communication skills curriculum --
9 Principles of designing communication skills curricula --
10 Specific issues of communication curriculum design at different levels of medical education --
11 Assessing learners' communication skills --
12 Enhancing faculty development for communication skills teaching --
13 Constructing a curriculum the wider context --
|Responsibility:||Suzanne Kurtz, Jonathan Silverman, and Juliet Draper.|
"All medical educators could benefit from this volume and all should read it" Frederic W Platt in his Foreword "These books have quickly found a global readership, and now there are second editions
- Professional-Patient Relations.
- Education, Medical -- methods.
- Evidence-Based Medicine -- education.
- Teaching -- methods.
- Communicatieve vaardigheden.
- Physician and patient -- Study and teaching.
- Interpersonal communication -- Study and teaching.
- Medical personnel and patient.
- Teaching -- Methods.
- Interpersonale Kommunikation.