Listening to What Your Patient is (and Isn't) Saying

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Lecture Overview

Sometimes, listening can mean more than hearing what a person is saying out loud. Being a good listener is a core component of any communication with a patient, family member, colleague or friend. It is a skill that requires perception and patience, though like any other skill, it can be learnt. Find out how in this engaging presentation by Dr Karen-Ann Clarke.
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CPD21m of CPD
First Published04 December 2017
Updated03 December 2017
Expires
13 October 2021
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