Health Professional & Patient Interaction

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Item#: 9780323533621
Edition 09
Author Haddad
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Easily navigate through the complicated and challenging world of daily on-the-job human interactions, withHealth Professional and Patient Interaction, 9th Edition . Covering strategies for effective communication, this time-tested guide offers the tools you need to establish positive patient and interprofessional relationships built on respect. It not only covers respectful actions and good decision-making, but also demonstrates how those decisions directly shape your on-the-job success. Practical examples and authentic scenarios highlight how to apply respect and professionalism to coworkers and patients of various ages and various backgrounds across a wide spectrum of healthcare environments. It's the foundation you need to effectively and successfully communicate on the job.

Table of Contents
SECTION ONE: Creating a Context of Respect<
> 1. Respect in the Professional Role<
>2. Professional Relatedness Built on Respect<
>3. Professional Boundaries Guided by Respect<
>SECTION TWO: Respectful Interaction in the Delivery of Care <
>4. Respect for Self: One's Professional Role<
>5. Respect in a Diverse Society<
>6. Respect in Care Delivery Systems<
>SECTION THREE: Respect for the Patient's Situation <
>7. Respecting the Patient's Story<
>8. Respect for the Patient's Family and Significant Relationships<
>SECTION FOUR: Respect through Communication <
>9. Respectful Interprofessional Communication<
>10. Respectful Communication in an Information Age<
>SECTION FIVE: Respectful Interactions Across the Life Span<
> 11. Respectful Interaction: Working with Newborns, Infants, and Children in the Early Years<
>12. Respectful Interaction: Working with School Age Children and Adolescents<
>13. Respectful Interaction: Working with Adults<
>14. Respectful Interaction: Working with Older Adults<
>SECTION SIX: Some Special Challenges: Creating a Context of Respect <
>15. Respectful Interaction When the Patient Is Dying<
>16. Respectful Interaction in Complex Situations