Talking with Patients: Keys to Good Communication

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OUP Oxford, Feb 15, 1996 - Medical - 258 pages
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This book introduces the reader to the basic skills necessary for good communication between doctors (and other health professionals) and patients. The practical importance of such skills is outlined, making the doctor much more effective in all fields of medicine. This is not a book for the specialist reader, but aimed at all those who need to talk with patients.

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Conducting an interview

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Philip R. Myerscough and Michael Ford are both at the University of Edinburgh.

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