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This text will allow students and faculty to explore real-life health communication behaviors through role-playing, interactive exercises, and examples.

Author: Michael P. Pagano

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers

ISBN: 9781449659462

Category: Medical

Page: 281

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This text will allow students and faculty to explore real-life health communication behaviors through role-playing, interactive exercises, and examples. It is anticipated that there will be a total of 35 diverse case studies reflecting all dimensions of the health communication universe.
2010-10-11 By Michael P. Pagano

Preceded by: Interactive case studies in health communication / Michael P. Pagano. c2010. Includes bibliographical references. ISBN 978-0-8261-2517-0—ISBN 978-0-8261-2518-7 (e-book) I. Title. [DNLM: 1. Communication—Case Reports. 2.

Author: Dr. Michael P. Pagano, PhD, PA-C

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780826125187

Category: Medical

Page: 440

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PRAISE FOR THE FIRST EDITION: "Öallows students and faculty to explore real-life health communication behaviors through role-playing, interactive exercises, and examplesÖeasily adapted for use in many situations, sensitivity and diversity trainingÖvery worthwhile book for every medical faculty member working to instill professionalismÖin students." óVincent Carr, DO, MSA, FACC, FACP, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences The importance of good communication between health professionals and patients has been well documented. Not only does it foster patient satisfaction, it can have a profound effect on health outcomes. This casebook/workbook helps students, faculty, and health care providers to assess and practice key interpersonal and health communication skills. It presents 45 communication scenarios for students to critique and rewrite in order to enhance the interpersonal relationships of participants. The second edition builds on the first with the addition of 11 new cases and theoretical discussions of interpersonal, gender, intercultural, organizational, and media communication. Additionally, the new edition analyzes each scenario in detail to facilitate broader use by an interprofessional team and expand awareness of the specific skills needed by each health care professional. The new Take-Away Considerations feature at the end of each case study reinforces an understanding of the elements of effective communication. With an eye to time management, each chapter includes effective and ineffective examples of interpersonal communication and interpersonal relationship building. Cases follow the same format including theoretical underpinnings of a particular skill or set of communication skills, an overview of key topics, initial interaction (for role play or analysis), discussion questions (with space for answers), interactive activities and an alternate interaction highlighting more effective communication behaviors, follow-up discussion, key points, and Take-Away Considerations. Scenarios can be used for role play and follow-up discussion in the classroom, for small group work, or individually, as well as in the simulation center and for interprofessional education courses. NEW TO THE SECOND EDITION: Includes theoretical introductions to interpersonal, gender, intercultural, organizational, and media communication Presents 11 new case studies Provides an introduction for each case study Describes the application of communication theory for more effective use in the classroom, simulation center, or professional setting Features Take-Away Considerations at the end of each case

Children, older adults, and women: Impact on provider–patient interaction. In T. Thompson, A. Dorsey, K. Miller, & R. Parrot (Eds.), The Handbook of Health Communication (pp. ... Interactive Case Studies in Health Communication.

Author: Rafael Obregon

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118241905

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 680

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International in scope, The Handbook of Global Health Communication offers a comprehensive and up-to-date analysis of the role of communication processes in global public health, development and social change Brings together 32 contributions from well-respected scholars and practitioners in the field, addressing a wide range of communication approaches in current global health programs Offers an integrated view that links communication to the strengthening of health services, the involvement of affected communities in shaping health policies and improving care, and the empowerment of citizens in making decisions about health Adopts a broad understanding of communication that goes beyond conventional divisions between informational and participatory approaches
2012-03-12 By Rafael Obregon

Media communications has a critical role to play in public health, which aims to influence individual behaviors in ... of Healthcare; Telemedicine Further Readings Pagano, Michael P. Interactive Case Studies in Health Communication.

Author: Ross M. Mullner

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781412951791

Category: Medical

Page: 1456

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At the very heart of modern healthcare is a critical paradox. Today, as never before, healthcare has the ability to enhance the quality and duration of life. At the same time, healthcare has become so enormously costly that it can easily bankrupt governments and impoverish individuals and families. According to federal forecasters, by the year 2015 one in every five U.S. dollars will be spent on healthcare, for total annual healthcare spending of more than $4 trillion. While the cost of healthcare is going up, the number of individuals and families without health insurance coverage is increasing. For many, the miracles of modern medicine may be unaffordable. Health services research investigates the relationship between the factors of cost, quality, and access to healthcare and their impact upon medical outcomes (i.e., death, disease, disability, discomfort, and dissatisfaction with care). Health services research addresses such key questions as, Why is the cost of healthcare always increasing? How can healthcare costs be successfully contained without jeopardizing quality? How can medical errors be eliminated? What is the medical impact of not having health insurance coverage? The proposed encyclopedia addresses these and other important questions and issues.
2009-05-15 By Ross M. Mullner

An Interactive Guide Michael P. Pagano ... changes above the line, for instance, [corrected words incorrect words]) in order to ensure effective communication and goal attainment. ... Interactive case studies in health communication.

Author: Michael P. Pagano

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers

ISBN: 9781449663285

Category: Medical

Page: 194

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Authoring Patient Records: An Interactive Guide presents both the theory and rationale for the process of developing medical records, as well as opportunities for readers to practice the new skill. Each chapter discusses how to use the authoring process to create effective records, using examples and sample documents to help illustrate potential problems and solutions. This text has an interactive format including margin notes to help the reader assess his/her understanding, as well as opportunities to practice the authoring process being discussed. An instructor’s manual for online use is also included. Authoring Patient Records: An Interactive Guide is relevant to the training and work of: MDs, PAs, NPs, RNs, PTs, and RTs. The text will be a helpful resource in teaching health care students and as a reference for health care practitioners.
2010-10-25 By Michael P. Pagano

Interactive planning from a patient's perspective was an ideal tool for surfacing some of these true “customer” priorities. Interactive Planning. The heart of the change process was the implementation of interactive planning.

Author: Eileen Berlin Ray

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136690778

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 328

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This book focuses on the complexities of the communication of health-related messages and information through the use of case studies. The expert contributors to this volume are scholars who, during their research and consulting, grapple with many of the issues of concern to those studying health communication. While several introductory books offer brief case studies to illustrate concepts covered, this book provides in-depth cases that enable more advanced students to apply theory to real situations.
2013-11-05 By Eileen Berlin Ray

Information on health communication definitions, news, case studies, and links to articles in the field. ... A database of health communication literature focusing on communication research and practice in the context of public health.

Author: Renata Schiavo

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118040961

Category: Medical

Page: 464

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2011-01-11 By Renata Schiavo

Bandi, A., Fellah, A.: Design issues for converting websites to mobile sites and apps: a case study. ... The role of pictures in improving health communication: a review of research on attention, comprehension, recall, and adherence.

Author: Aaron Marcus

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030497576

Category: Computers

Page: 705

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Design, User Experience, and Usability, DUXU 2020, held as part of the 22nd International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, HCII 2020, in Copenhagen, Denmark, in July 2020. The conference was held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. From a total of 6326 submissions, a total of 1439 papers and 238 posters has been accepted for publication in the HCII 2020 proceedings. The 51 papers included in this volume were organized in topical sections on interactions in public, urban and rural contexts; UX design for health and well-being; DUXU for creativity, learning and collaboration; DUXU for culture and tourism.
2020-07-10 By Aaron Marcus

The patient's relationship with doctors is comprised by the character of the doctorpatient interaction and the patient's perception of and trust in medical authority. ... Pagano M (2010) Interactive Case Studies in Health Communication.

Author: Sophie Hill

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781444346831

Category: Medical

Page: 248

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Learn how to place communication and participation at the heart of evidence-based healthcare The Knowledgeable Patient: Communication and Participation in Health sits at the forefront of the challenging, changing 21st century landscape. The 'knowledgeable patient' as an individual can take many forms: patient, family carer, consumer advocate, or member of the public interested in health issues. In each of these roles, knowledgeable patients interact with health professionals by asking questions about the evidence for treatment, seeking support, exchanging views, and contributing experiences and new ideas on how to improve the health system. Drawing from several research paradigms, The Knowledgeable Patient is an essential guide to a new era of complex healthcare. Integrating consumer stories and evidence from systematic reviews, it examines key communication and participation issues in a range of contexts, including: surgery safe medicine use chronic disease self management the complexity of multimorbidity notification of rare disease risk. The Knowledgeable Patient is international in scope with researched examples spanning living in the community, health service treatment, governance, and policy making. It provides health professionals with new ideas, concepts, evidence, and practical tools to understand the central role of communication and participation to a well-functioning health system. It is an ideal reference for undergraduate and postgraduate students studying the health sciences. Watch a video about The Knowledgeable Patient: Communication and Participation in Health from the author, Sophie Hill:
2011-08-24 By Sophie Hill

The institutionalized elderly: Interactive implications of long-term care. ... Communication and Disenfranchisement: Social Health Issues and Implications (pp. 219–32). ... Health Communication in Practice: A Case Study Approach (pp.

Author: Lisa Sparks

Publisher: Polity

ISBN: 9780745645377

Category: Medical

Page: 218

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This book offers a much-needed introduction to the dynamics of the communication exchange between providers and patients in the health-care environment, explaining how health communication theory and research can help us better understand these complex interactions, and provide strategies for improving patient and provider communication.
2010-11 By Lisa Sparks