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The Texas Medical Association

Communication Skills: Why Bother?

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Overview / Abstract:

Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to: 1) define effective communication as it relates to the patient-physician relationship; 2) identify three ethical reasons to improve patient-physician communication; 3) list four barriers to effective patient-physician communication; 4) describe the three trust-building behaviors for improving communication skills; and 5) summarize the process for breaking bad news

Expiration

Jun 04, 2012

Discipline(s)

Physician CME

Format

Online

Cost

$15-$20

Credits / Hours

Earn 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit Earn 1 ETHICS Credit

Presenters / Authors / Faculty

Lloyd M. Garland, MD
Robert L. Gee III, EdD
Judy C. Googins, MD
John S. Jackson, MD
Edgar P. Nace, MD

Activity Specialities / Related Topics

Administration / Management

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The Texas Medical Association Communication Skills: Why Bother?

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