Medical Communication: Defining the Discipline incorporates cutting edge information needed to navigate today's dynamic culture of medicine and healthcare. This life skills text is intended to educate all individuals, both those within healthcare professions as well as people in general as every human being will eventually interface with the healthcare system.
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Medical Communication: Defining the Discipline is an extraordinary book! I have only had time to tear the cellophane off and thumb through it, but I can tell you with certainty that it is going to be one of the most helpful books in my collection.Valerie Evans Minor MSN, RN, Alderson-Broaddus College
Medical Communication: Defining the Discipline deserves a place on the bookshelf of everyone in health care – nurses, physicians, administrators, and those shaping its future. As a reference, it should become well worn and treasured!David Kappel, MD, FACS, West Virginia State Trauma System
Medical Communication: Defining the Discipline represents a much needed and landmark work on medical communication. The text fully integrates the most important communication concepts into a context where effective communication is of the utmost importance.Andrew S. Rancer, Ph.D., University of AkronMedical Communication: Defining the Discipline is an excellent primer on medical communication that provides information that is both practical and thought provoking. It is an excellent foundational text for anyone who is pursuing or considering a career in healthcare.Valerie B. Satkoske, MSW, Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh Medical Communication: Defining the Discipline is aimed at giving health care professionals a better understanding of the discipline of communication, its scientific basis and its practice. It is illustrated with examples of good and not so good communication behavior.Thomas R. Gadacz, MD, FACS, Medical College of Georgia