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Roles in practice: 1.2: Communicator

Article of interest

Paternotte​ E, Scheele F, van Rossum TR, Seeleman MC, Scherpbier AJ, van Dulmen AM. How do medical specialists value their own intercultural communication behaviour? A reflective practice study. BMC Med Educ. 2016;16(1):222.

N4AR_CM 1: Develop rapport, trust and ethical therapeutic relationships

​​Cyna AM. The Laurs of Hypnotic Communication and the “Lived in Imagination” Technique in Medical Practice. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. 2019 Jul 3;67(3):247-61. [Request from Library]

​Krauss BS. “This may hurt”: predictions in procedural disclosure may do harm. BMJ. 2015 Feb 6;350:h649. [Request from Library]

AR_CM 5: Effectively convey oral and written communication

​Weller JM, Torrie J, Boyd M, Frengley R, Garden A, Ng WL, Frampton C. Improving team information sharing with a structured call-out in anaesthetic emergencies: a randomized controlled trial. British Journal of Anaesthesia. 2014 Feb 20;112(6):1042-9.

​Marshall S, Harrison J, Flanagan B. The teaching of a structured tool improves the clarity and content of interprofessional clinical communication. BMJ Quality & Safety. 2009 Apr 1;18(2):137-40. [Request from Library]

​Weller JM, Long JA. Creating a climate for speaking up. British Journal of Anaesthesia. 2019 Jun 1;122(6):710-3.


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