What do I say?: communicating intended or unanticipated outcomes in obstetrics
"What Do I Say? Communicating Intended or Unanticipated Outcomes in Obstetrics" will help physicians and other health care professionals improve their communication skills with patients and their family members. Written by James R. Woods, a perinatologist, and Fay A. Rozovsky, an attorney, risk management professional, and authority on informed consent, "What Do I Say?" explores how to explain risk to patients, how to obtain patient consent, and how to talk with patients when adverse events occur.
"There has been increased evidence placed on the patient's right to know and malpractice litigation in obstetrics continues to soar. It will be a great resource for health care risk managers, obstetrical clinicians, attending physicians, residents, and nurses."
"By the authors placing emphasis on the need for ongoing two-way
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This book is a must read for all health care providers. The authors are able to take a highly emotional topic and lay it out in a simple, easy to read manner. Thankyou
The Legal Context for Disclosing Bad News
Consent as a Process
The Challenge of Full Disclosure
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