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5 edition of Understanding the Difficult Patient found in the catalog.

Understanding the Difficult Patient

A Guide for Pratitioners of Oriental Medicine

by Nancy Bilello

  • 210 Want to read
  • 13 Currently reading

Published by Blue Poppy Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Specific disorders & therapies,
  • Traditional medicine & remedies,
  • Physician & Patient,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Health & Fitness,
  • Health/Fitness,
  • Physician and patient,
  • Herbal Medications,
  • Medical history taking,
  • Medicine, Oriental

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages196
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8717601M
    ISBN 101891845322
    ISBN 109781891845321
    OCLC/WorldCa62233023


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This well organized, easy to read book includes many detailed case histories of difficult patient interactions and suggestions for how to be most effective. Study/discussion questions can be found at the end of each chapter with one unresolved case for discussion.

The author has interacted with thousands of patients. Blue Poppy California W. th Street, Suite Torrance, CA Toll free: () Local: () Fax: () [email protected] By Nancy Bilello.

This well-organized, easy-to-read book includes many detailed case histories of difficult patient interactions describing what worked and what did not in each case, and suggestions for how to communicate effectively with every type of patient in many situations.

The "difficult" medical patient experiences emotions and demonstrates behaviors that interfere with effective medical care.

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Patient characteristics and behaviors may be problematic but the degree of difficulty is also related to therapist expectations, affective responses and needs, and capacity for tolerance. Suggestions for enhancing tolerance are offered. The shift from a one person to a two person perspective is Cited by: 9.

The focus of this book is to demonstrate how you, the Nursing professional, can use these two key concepts professionalism and caring to your advantage and to the patients advantage in dealing with difficult concerns. Yes, there will always be difficult people we have to deal with both professionally and non-professionally.

The nurse should determine the patient’s level of understanding and if necessary change the use of language, comments and questions. Using the terminology which the patient does not understand can also frighten the patient and make him/her think that he/she has a more serious problem than he/she originally wanted help : Maureen Nokuthula Sibiya.

At the conclusion of this course, listeners will understand the three types of difficult patients and how to deal with each type, the four personality types and how to interact with each type, and the eight keys to dealing with difficult or angry patients. Course highlights from the AAOE Program of AAO include audio and sequenced slides.

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Fifteen per cent of clinical interactions with patients are perceived as “difficult” by doctors.1 2 Doctors can feel pushed to their limit when they encounter a “difficult” patient, but as the above scenario illustrates, several factors contribute to making a patient interaction challenging.

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