Communication in Healthcare

Communication in Healthcare

by Karen Bryan (Editor)


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783039111220
Publisher: Peter Lang Ltd, International Academic Publishers
Publication date: 07/24/2009
Series: Interdisciplinary Communication Studies Series , #1
Pages: 379
Product dimensions: 5.91(w) x 8.66(h) x (d)

About the Author

The Editor: Karen Bryan is Professor of Clinical Practice at the University of Surrey. She is a speech and language therapist with a particular interest in the mental health of adult populations, rehabilitation and the impact of communication difficulties on people’s access to effective healthcare interventions. She has extensive experience
of healthcare education and continues to work in practice as a consultant speech and language therapist in forensic mental health.

Table of Contents

Contents: Karen Bryan: Editorial – Emilia Łojek: Imaging Communication in the Brain – Jane Maxim: Ageing and Language – Pamela C. Snow: Oral Language Competence in Childhood and Access to Equity in Education and Health across the Lifespan – Dawn Jennifer/Helen Cowie: Engaging Children and Young People actively in Research – Tom Penman/Madeline Cruice: Involving People with Communication Disability in Healthcare Consultations – Simon Horton: Practitioner Communication in Healthcare Contexts – Ranjit Khutan: Innovative Approaches to Teaching Communication Skills – Helen Allan/Pam Smith: The Cultural Context of Communication: Overseas Nurses’ Experience of being ‘Different’ in the NHS – Ian Robbins: Communication with Refugees and Asylum Seekers – Juliana Onwumere/Elizabeth Kuipers: Family Communication in Psychosis.

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