“To Be, Or Not To Be….PATIENT or DOCTOR? That is the question” Rylan Branch Shakespeare’s Hamlet Remix.
1. the act or process of communicating; fact of being communicated.
2. the imparting or interchange of thoughts, opinions, or information by speech, writing, or signs.
3. something imparted, interchanged, or transmitted.
4. a document or message imparting news, views, information, etc.
5. passage, or an opportunity or means of passage, between places.
Greetings Earthlings and welcome to another Tuesday Newsday installment here at Your Friendly Neighborhood PimpHop.com.
For those of us that decided to tune in today, we are going to do something just a bit different that I believe you will find to be helpful.
Between us as friends, even before the recent news regarding Bill Gates reclaiming of the title of Worlds Richest Person, I do often visit his personal website The Gates Notes quite frequently which I use as a model of a working example in regards to the creation and provision of an integral high quality digital media product.
One of the simple keys to success shows that he keeps things simple and only focuses on matters that he believes to be of the most importance, which may be in fact different than what can be found in many other locations, yet the results that he attains from his way of thinking and behavior show to be uncommon yet none the less desirable depending on ones individual perspective.
When it comes to sharing information, one of the things that he habitual does and has done throughout his professional life is to simply share information and recommendations about what he is reading so that visitors and listeners can also read the same material should they decide to.
With that said, the topic of study that I am reading for today is as listed in the title, and the links below from the Psychology Today website is where I will be concentrating my efforts, and this decision has been made due to my belief that healthcare, as ultra relevant of a subject it is both nationally and globally, like all things human, hinge upon effective communication, and since the Internet itself is simply an international communications network, I believe the near future will show that one of its most if not the most important usages will be for the sake of health care communication, and in this case more specifically, communication between patients and doctors/care staff.
Communication Between Doctor and Patient Part I
Communication is a two way phenomenon – transmitting and comprehending a subject
Published on October 29, 2012 by Roy B. Sessions, M.D. in The Cancer Experience
Doctor-Patient Communication: Part II
Unless a patient understands what is said, there has not been real communication
Published on January 4, 2013 by Roy B. Sessions, M.D. in The Cancer Experience
Doctor-Patient Communication: Part III
This actually starts with the referring doctor, but its importance continues.
Published on February 10, 2013 by Roy B. Sessions, M.D. in The Cancer Experience
Doctor-Patient Communication: Part IV
The arduous journey of treatment is helped by good doctor-patient communication
Published on March 7, 2013 by Roy B. Sessions, M.D. in The Cancer Experience
Doctor-Patient Communication: Part V
An exploration of some of the factors affecting a doctor’s communicative ability
Published on April 4, 2013 by Roy B. Sessions, M.D. in The Cancer Experience
Doctor-Patient Communication: Part VI
Thematic continuation with introduction of specific methods to specific groups
Published on May 14, 2013 by Roy B. Sessions, M.D. in The Cancer Experience