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Communication & Professionalism Competencies: A Guide for Surgeons
Pamela A. Rowland, PhD; Nicholas P. Lang, MD, FACS
Product Details
Product ID: COM100
Year Produced: 2007
Pages: 318
Dimensions: 7x10 in
ISBN: 978-0-9788890-1-2

All too often, what is communicated either by word or action is not always translated accurately by the recipient. Communicating effectively with patients and colleagues takes thought and consideration. Communication & Professional Competencies is a well-balanced text of principles and practices for everyday interactions.

  • Communication as a Lifeline
  • Developing Communication Competency In Surgeons: A Recipe for Success
  • Professional Image: Physician Credibility
  • Physician Professionalism: More Than Book Smart
  • Adverse Outcomes: Successful Disclosure
  • Cultural Adaptability: Intercultural Techniques
  • Oral Presentations: Polishing Your Style
  • Case Presentations: Objective and Subjective
  • Oral Examinations: A Survival Guide
  • Critical Care: The Unknown
  • Asking for Tissues and Organs: Balancing Needs
  • Children: Monosyllabic Conversations
  • Gerontology: Speaking with the Older Patient
  • Chemical Interference: Under the Influence
  • Physicians as Patients: Scared Silly
  • Telemedicine: Without Touch
  • Bad News: Speaking Clearly
  • Conflict: The Skilled Response
  • Litigation: When Things Go Wrong
  • Talking with the Press: Why Bother?
  • Residency, Fellowship and Employment Interviews: Important Impressions
  1. Developing Communication Competency in Surgeons: A Recipe for Success
  2. Professional Image: Physican Credibility
  3. Physician Professionalism: More Than Book Smart
  4. Adverse Outcomes: Successful Disclosure
  5. Cultural Adaptability: Intercultural Techniques
  6. Oral Presentations: Polishing Your Style
  7. Case Presentations: Objective and Subjective
  8. Oral Examinations: A Survival Guide
  9. Critical Care: The Unknown
  10. Asking for Tissues and Organs: Balancing Needs
  11. Children: Monosyllabic Conversations
  12. Gerontology: Speaking with the Older Patient
  13. Chemical Interference: Under the Influence
  14. Physicians as Patients: Scared Silly
  15. Telemedicine: Without Touch
  16. Bad News: Speaking Clearly
  17. Conflict: The Skilled Response
  18. Litigation: When Things Go Wrong
  19. Talking with the Press: Why Bother?
  20. Residency, Fellowship and Employment Interviews: Important Impressions
Lori A. Alvord, MD, FACS
Francis X. Aumand, III, MSA
LD Britt, MD, MPH, FACS, FCCM
Kenneth W. Burchard, MD, FACS
Jeffrey L. Clothier, MD
Nicholas P.W. Coe, MD, FACS
William P. Fiser, Jr., MD, FACS
Muhammad Jaffar, MD, FCCP
Joseph Jensen, MD, FACS
Nicholas P. Lang, MD, FACS
Barry M. Manuel, MD, FACS
James M. McGreevy, MD, FACS
Marcene R. McVay, MD
Joseph Melino, MDiv
Linn Meyer, BA
Charles Mock, MD, PhD, FACS
Richard W. Moore, JD, CPCU
Mohammad M. Moursi, MD, FACS
Tyler Otten, BS
David W. Page, MD, FACS
Thomas T. A. Parrino, MD, MBA, FACP, CPE, FACPE
Deborah Peltier, MD
Victor E. Pricolo, MD, FACS
Brenda Richardson, MD
Pamela A. Rowland, PhD
Ajit K. Sachdeva, MD, FRCSC, FACS
Parvis J. Sadighi, MD, FACS
Kaleem Sayyed, MBBS (MD), MPH
D. Matson Sewell, CPHRM, MPH
Samuel D. Smith, MD, FACS
Stephen R. Smith, MD, MPH
Joan M. Teno, MD, MS
Mary R. Wimberly, RN
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