Consultation Skills for Primary Care
Aug 5th, 2020 by primarycareknowledgeboost
Good consultation skills can hone diagnosis, management plans, safety-netting and safety thereby really affecting patient outcomes. GP and Primary Care Educator Dr Avril Danczak shares her insights into teaching GP trainees and trainers about consultation skills with Lisa and Sara.
Health Education North West Advanced Communication Skills Resources https://www.nwpgmd.nhs.uk/resources/advanced-communication-skills-reading-list
Article: Kaiser Permanente: Enhancing Clinician Communication Skills in a Large Healthcare Organization: A longitudinal Case Study
Book: Silverman, Kurtz and Draper: Skills for Communicating with Patients
Book: Platt and Gordon: Field Guide to the Difficult Patient Interview
Book: Barry Bub MD: Communication Skills That Heal
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