The Inner Consultation

How to Develop an Effective and Intuitive Consulting Style, Second Edition

Author: Roger Neighbour

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1351410148

Category: Medical

Page: 296

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The Inner Consultation, Second Edition sets out the author’s thoughts on how consulting skills, and methods of teaching them, have evolved in the 17 years since the book’s first publication. It also develops the theme of ‘curiosity’ as the key requirement for patient-centred consulting and provides a practical consultation model with five checkpoints to work to, advice for developing skills, and suggestions for doctors to ensure they know the cues in the consultation that require their full attention. All general practitioners, GP registrars, and medical professionals will find this book essential and thought-provoking reading.

The Inner Consultation

How to Develop an Effective and Intuitive Consulting Style

Author: Roger Neighbour

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781138444096

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Page: N.A

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The Inner Consultation, Second Edition sets out the author�s thoughts on how consulting skills, and methods of teaching them, have evolved in the 17 years since the book�s first publication. It also develops the theme of �curiosity� as the key requirement for patient-centred consulting and provides a practical consultation model with five checkpoints to work to, advice for developing skills, and suggestions for doctors to ensure they know the cues in the consultation that require their full attention. All general practitioners, GP registrars, and medical professionals will find this book essential and thought-provoking reading.

The Naked Consultation

A Practical Guide to Primary Care Consultation Skills, Second Edition

Author: Liz Moulton

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1315343665

Category: Medical

Page: 224

View: 404

Don’t Wait Until Something Goes Wrong to Think About Your Consultation Skills Designed specifically for busy health professionals working in primary care, The Naked Consultation: A Practical Guide to Primary Care Consultation Skills covers all aspects of the primary care consultation in a clear, concise, and highly readable manner. The book begins by breaking the primary care consultation into its components, making it easier to focus on particular areas and practise skills such as encouraging patients to explain what’s wrong, summarising and reflecting, and giving information to patients. The book then describes how to effectively use educational tools—such as videoing, random case analysis, problem case debriefing, and feedback—to improve consultations. It also explains in detail how to demonstrate proficient consultation skills in the Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners (MRCGP) exam and the importance of these skills in appraisal/revalidation. Certified for continuing professional development (CPD®) by The CPD Certification Service, this fully updated and revised Second Edition incorporates new thinking and consultation models, including the 6 S model and the new doctor, patient, illness model. It also provides detailed analysis of the latest Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) assessment tools, such as the clinical skills assessment exam (CSA) and the consultation observation tool (COT). Complete with illuminating case studies, photocopiable forms, and a jargon-busting appendix, The Naked Consultation: A Practical Guide to Primary Care Consultation Skills, Second Edition offers valuable insight into the key phases of the primary care consultation, the best features of common consultation models, and the real-world application of popular consultation techniques.

Teaching and Learning Communication Skills in Medicine, Second Edition

Author: Suzanne Kurtz,Jonathan Silverman,Juliet Draper

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1138030236

Category: Medical

Page: 369

View: 6619

This book and its companion, Skills for Communicating with Patients, Second Edition, provide a comprehensive approach to improving communication in medicine. Fully updated and revised, and greatly expanded, this new edition examines how to construct a skills curricular at all levels of medical education and across specialties, documents the individuals skills that form the core content of communication skills teaching programmes, and explores in depth the specific teaching, learning and assessment methods that are currently used within medical education. Since their publication, the first edition of this book and its companionSkills for Communicating with Patients, have become standards texts in teaching communication skills throughout the world, ‘the first entirely evidence-based textbooks on medical interviewing. It is essential reading for course organizers, those who teach or model communication skills, and program administrators.

The Inner Apprentice

An Awareness-Centred Approach to Vocational Training for General Practice, Second Edition

Author: Roger Neighbour

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1351410172

Category: Medical

Page: 208

View: 3601

Highly Commended in the 2005 BMA Medical Book Competition The first edition of The Inner Apprentice proved to be a landmark publication. Now in its second edition, it includes an additional chapter in which questions the assumptions about the relevance of awareness-based teaching in the overcrowded curriculum of contemporary vocational training – and suggests that the curiosity they engender is more important than ever. This book offers many new ideas, techniques and educational tools, and will be of interest to general practice trainers and trainees, and anyone involved in an individual teaching relationship.

I'm Too Hot Now

Themes and Variations from General Practice

Author: Roger Neighbour

Publisher: Radcliffe Publishing

ISBN: 9781857756548

Category: Physicians (General practice)

Page: 123

View: 8372

Tomorrow's general practitioners will inhabit a world of ever greater sophistication and complexity. New skills will be demanded to manage the changing expectations of patients and governments. In an age of information overload, new patterns of creative, intelligent working will need to develop. This book provides a framework, illustrated by practical examples, for such a career path to develop and be supported. It examines a number of innovative schemes which highlight varied ways forward, both for training and personal enrichment. It addresses not only the need of today's young doctors, but also the question of how to equip all general practitioners for the challenges of the future.

The Inner Physician

Author: Roger Neighbour

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 0429886624

Category: Medical

Page: N.A

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In this final volume of his best-selling 'Inner' trilogy, Roger Neighbour explores the relationship between a doctor's professional and private selves. He suggests that the mind of every doctor retains an untrained 'ordinary human being' part - their Inner Physician - which makes an important, though often neglected, contribution to medical practice. This 'Inner Physician', which he also describes as the 'amateur within' or the 'expert minus the expertise', plays a major role in diagnosis and treatment, and is the chief source of insight, empathy and clinical acumen. Roger shows that skilled use of the Inner Physician is one thing that distinguishes the generalist from the specialist.

The Doctor's Communication Handbook

Author: Peter Tate

Publisher: Radcliffe Publishing

ISBN: 1846193923

Category: Medical

Page: 192

View: 7689

This book has established itself as a key text for all doctors, whatever their experience and wherever they practice. This new edition of The Doctor's Communication Handbook takes the latest developments into account, with an entirely new chapter on the essentials of good doctoring.

Portable Health Administration

Author: James Ziegenfuss,Joseph W. Sassani

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780080492117

Category: Medical

Page: 326

View: 1310

The Portable MHA is a concise, readable book that gives an overview of the information covered in a Master of Health Administration program. The material is presented in a fashion so that professionals, administrative academics, and graduate students would be able to read, understand and utilise the information. The text offers distinct benefits to a variety of users. Academic, professional and medical students will be given an understanding of the health care system in which they will have to practice. They will learn how organisations function, and the real role of leadership. Administrative academics, practising clinicians and others assuming management roles but lacking formal training in Health Administration, will be introduced to the language and principles of Health Administration. Graduate students in the field will have the opportunity to be introduced to it by a team of educators experienced in the instruction of a spectrum of students and "real world" consultation experience adding further relevance to their chapters. * Contains 16 in-depth chapters * Has wide appeal to health/medical and life sciences audiences * Possible textbook use for graduate programs invovled in Health Administration * Can be used as part of an internal educational and orientation course for organizations

Skills for Communicating with Patients, 3rd Edition

Author: Jonathan Silverman,Suzanne Kurtz,Juliet Draper

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1910227269

Category: Medical

Page: 312

View: 7732

Skills for Communicating with Patients, Third Edition is one of two companion books on improving communication in medicine, which together provide a comprehensive approach to teaching and learning communication skills throughout all levels of medical education in both specialist and family medicine. Since their publication, the first edition of this book and its companion, Teaching and Learning Communication Skills in Medicine, have become established standard texts in communication skills teaching throughout the world. This substantially expanded third edition has been fully updated in relation to the current literature and revised to reflect the explosion of research on healthcare communication. It incorporates considerable evidence in support of the skills of the Calgary-Cambridge Guides, offering a comprehensive and now even more evidence-based delineation of the skills that make a difference when communicating with patients. The book explores the specific skills of doctor-patient communication and provides wide-ranging evidence of the improvement that those skills can make to health outcomes and everyday clinical practice. It is unique in providing a secure platform of core skills which represent the foundations of doctor-patient communication.

The Doctor, His Patient and the Illness

Author: Michael Balint

Publisher: International Universities PressInc

ISBN: 9780823680283

Category: Psychology

Page: 410

View: 5398

The General Problem; the patient's offers and the doctor's responses; elimination by appropriate physical examinations; incidence and evaluation of neurotic symptoms; level of diagnosis; the collusion of anonymity; the general practitioner and his consultants; the perpetuation of the teacher-pupil relationship; advice and reassurance; "How to Start"; "When to Stop"; the special psychological atmosphere of general practice, the general practitioner as psychotherapist; the patient and his illness; training.

The Good GP Training Guide

Author: Matt Burkes,Alec Logan

Publisher: Royal College of General Practitioners

ISBN: 0850843944

Category: Medical

Page: 441

View: 649

The Good GP Training Guide is a travel guide-style book for trainees in general practice. Written by over a hundred contributors assembled from five continents, it includes contributions from leading writers in primary care. It is written in an accessible style with down-to-earth tips and anecdotes, sometimes irreverent, from real life. There is an emphasis on the reality of general practice. It also contains humorous or touching vignettes with accompanying linocut artwork from the Red Roses exhibition. The book's first section covers hospital placements. It is intended to show trainees how to get the most out of their training posts. Beginning with basic information on behaviour required in the hospital setting, there are chapters looking at cardiology, ophthalmology, rheumatology, etc. These chapters are split up into handy lists, covering the basics, tips on patients and PDP pointers. The second section covers GP rotations. It gives information on passing the various RCGP exams as well as realistic advice on other facets of general practice. The third section looks at finding a job and making the transition to an independent practitioner. Options for broadening a doctor's career are looked here, with chapters on event medicine, academia, teaching, etc. There is information on how stay out of trouble and how to use social media safely and without running foul of the GMC. The book offers the ultimate guide to the training process. It covers the entire training experience and the practicalities of what comes after.

Oxford Handbook of Clinical Diagnosis

Author: Huw Llewelyn,Hock Aun Ang,Keir Lewis,Anees Al-Abdullah

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 019967986X

Category: Medical

Page: 664

View: 5245

Fully revised for its third edition, the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Diagnosis provides a concise and practical summary of the reasoning processes behind clear and confident diagnosis. The handbook is set out systematically with symptoms and signs through each specialty, and includes adetailed description of the basis of logical evidence-based differential diagnosis.This new edition has been updated with more straightforward diagrams as well as brand new images to help aid understanding. Including rarer diagnoses alongside common conditions, and vital information about longer-term management alongside the initial treatments, this handbook will ensure yourexcellence and confidence no matter what signs and symptoms your patient presents with. Providing practical help when dealing with problems outside your area of expertise or with unforeseen situations, you can be sure that this handbook will be the reader's perfect companion to sharp andself-assured diagnoses throughout their medical career.

The Consultation

an approach to learning and teaching

Author: David Pendleton

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: N.A

Category: Medical

Page: 117

View: 1490

Consulting with NLP

Neuro-Linguistic Programming in the Medical Consultation

Author: Lewis Walker

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1315344165

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 312

View: 661

This extraordinary and practical book examines neuro linguistic programming (NLP) - the knowledge and skills to detect and affect thinking patterns - and applies it to each phase of the medical consultation. It outlines the NLP tools most useful to physicians who wish to understand and utilise the dynamic structure underlying the processes used by excellent communicators. It explains how improving communication skills and developing new models of consultation to incorporate into daily practice not only helps healthcare professionals become better communicators, but reassures patients, alleviating suffering and promoting healing. This book provides many case examples and includes skill based exercises to ensure easy and effective learning. There are unique, fresh perspectives on challenging areas such as anger and aggression, dealing with complaints, breaking bad news, the heartsink patient, uncovering hidden depression and telephone consulting skills. It is relevant to all healthcare professionals, and of special interest to general practitioners, GP trainers, counsellors and medical students.

Feng Shui Simply

Author: Cheryl Grace

Publisher: Hay House, Inc

ISBN: 1401939791

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: N.A

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In Feng Shui Simply, Cheryl Grace digs deep into the principles of feng shui to present an exciting new view of this age-old concept and shows that feng shui isn’t just about rearranging your furniture or painting your walls; it goes much deeper. She opens your eyes to how feng shui can be used to balance the energy of every part of your life—both in your external and internal environments. Grace shows that bringing your focus to both of these worlds is a powerful way to design the life you’re meant to live. In these pages, Grace takes you on a journey to design your living spaces using the classic Bagua map—a chart separating physical spaces into nine areas, each representing a different aspect of life, such as wealth, family, and career. But perhaps more importantly, she goes one step further, teaching you the inner work of feng shui using her own Inner Wisdom Bagua map, which correlates the characteristics, beliefs, and attitudes that will help you flourish in each area of your life. Sharing anecdotes from her own experience switching careers from an ESPN executive to a feng shui consultant, as well as her clients’ success stories, Grace walks you through each area of the standard and Inner Wisdom Bagua maps to create unique solutions for your life. She teaches you to harness the power of your intuition to determine what’s true and important for you. And she offers practical tools based on concepts such as Yin and Yang, the Five Elements, and the Magical Day, to help you figure out which enhancements will be the most effective in transforming your life. By celebrating key principles like universal gratitude, a positive outlook, and living in the present moment, she shows you how to manage life on a day-to-day basis and points you toward your life’s true purpose.

The GP Trainer's Handbook

An Educational Guide for Trainers by Trainers

Author: Paul Middleton,Maurice Price

Publisher: Radcliffe Publishing

ISBN: 1846194237

Category: Medical

Page: 176

View: 3278

The ten years since the First Edition of this book have witnessed revolutionary changes in GP training: appraisal, the new MRCGP exam and competence-based assessments to name but three. Greater availability of information has also transformed the social context of General Practice as a profession. Despite this, the one-to-one relationship between trainer and trainee remains the lynchpin of GP education, and this manual's key principle - that GP trainers are the key source of expertise in this field, and that their experiences and ideas are a vital and still-underused resource - is as important as ever. This new edition, fully revised and updated to reflect the latest changes in both GP training and the profession, remains an essential, comprehensive manual of useful advice for GP trainers written by their peers. Outlining educational methods, training philosophies and reflections from practitioners experienced in the entire spectrum of GP education, it provides a toolbox of resources to cover the practicalities of training, including e-portfolios, teaching consultation skills, and numerous tips and tricks. It is now augmented with an array of supporting online material that includes checklists, forms and evaluation tools. This book is vital reading for GP tutors and GP trainers as well as those considering such roles, and for all those who manage and oversee the training of GP registrars.

Emergencies in General Practice

Author: A. J. Moulds,P. B. Martin,Tai Bouchier-Hayes

Publisher: Radcliffe Publishing

ISBN: 9781900603867

Category: Medical

Page: 182

View: 9645

...a unique book in an easy-to-read and easy-to-use format ...each presenting problem is approached logically with concise notes on assessment, advice, and management needed when the patient is seen...an indispensable book.

Independent and Supplementary Prescribing

An Essential Guide

Author: Molly Courtenay,Matt Griffiths

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1139487892

Category: Medical

Page: N.A

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The second edition of Independent and Supplementary Prescribing builds on the success of this classic text by providing a unique resource for prescribing and medicines management for both new and experienced prescribers. This is an essential resource for anyone undertaking the non-medical prescribing programme. The book explores a number of key areas for prescribers, including the ethical and legal issues surrounding prescribing, prescribing within a public health context, evidence-based prescribing, basic pharmacology, medication safety, monitoring skills and drug calculations. Each chapter has been updated for the second edition and an additional chapter 'Minimising the risk of prescribing error' has been added. Written by a group of multi-professional authors working at all stages of the medication management process, this book will be essential reading for all nurses, midwives, pharmacists and allied health professionals qualified to prescribe as independent and/or supplementary prescribers.

Pendulum Magic for Beginners

Power to Achieve All Goals

Author: Richard Webster

Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide

ISBN: 0738701920

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 218

View: 1107

"Using the ... techniques in this book, you can consult a pendulum for guidance, self-improvement, psychic development, and a wealth of other practical purposes ..."--Back cover.