Patient Practitioner Interaction: An Experiential Manual for Developing the Art of Health Care
This work is designed for students and professionals who are willing to embark on the path of professional socialization. Each chapter begins with a set of clearly outlined objectives to identify learning goals and concludes with experiential exercises to promote goal achievement. The chapters discuss pertinent topics such as attribution theory and its relationship to assertiveness skill development, identifying and resolving moral dilemmas, stress management, and effective communication with the terminally ill and their families. Also covered is the distinction between non-moral and moral values, and many figures are included to complement the material and illustrate key concepts.
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AWCreness Of Self
Chapter Two Fomily History
Chopter Three Volues ds Determinants
Interocting with Others
Chapter Six Effective Communication
Chopter Seven Assertiveness Skills
Attribution and the Desire to Act Assertively
Chapter Eight The Helping Interview
Chapter Nine Communicating With the Dying
Chopter Ten Stress Monogement