Interpersonal Relating: Health Care Perspectives on Communication, Stress and Crisis

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Palgrave Macmillan, 2010 - Communication in medicine - 264 pages
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An exciting new book focusing on human rights, humanism and the importance of the person as a framework to guide health care professionals in their practice intentions and actions. Written specifically for health care professionals, this book puts forward positive optimistic views and strategic processes for the management of intrapersonal and interpersonal communication, stress and crisis. Communication, stress and crisis are viewed from two focal points, those of practitioner/client engagements and points of emotional disruption. The reflective exercises and case studies interwoven throughout the book, are grounded in 'real-life' contemporary practical situations of relevance for all health care professionals.

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