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Handbook of Clinical Skills [electronic resource] : A Practical Manual

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9789814277075Publication details: Singapore : World Scientific, 2010.ISBN:
  • 9789814277082
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Handbook of Clinical Skills : A Practical ManualDDC classification:
  • 610.696 616.075
LOC classification:
  • R727.3 .A84 2010
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Contents:
Preface; Contents; Part I. Transition to the 21st Century; Chapter 1. Introduction; Chapter 2. Clinical Competence and New Directions in Medical Education; Chapter 3. Getting to Know the Patient - Disease, Illness and Illness Behavior; Part II. Clinical Skills; Chapter 4. Listening Skills and Observational Skills; Chapter 5. Diagnostic Skills; Chapter 6. Problem Solving Skills; Part III. Human Relations Skills; Chapter 7. Communication Skills; Chapter 8. Physician-Patient Relationship; Chapter 9. Caring and Connection; Chapter 10. Learning and Teaching Skills
Chapter 11. Physician, Know Thyself!References; Part IV. Appendix; Chapter 12. How to Organize a Course on Clinical Competency Skills; Additional Reading Lists; Index
Summary: There is growing acknowledgement of the importance of interpersonal and communication skills in the training of future physicians. Effective diagnostic and clinical management skills require competency in observing, listening, communicating, problem-solving and negotiating. In addition, the physician needs human relationship skills. It is apparent that a systematic curriculum is needed to teach these clinical skills to medical students and trainees and this handbook provides a practical guide. Each chapter in this book discusses one of the clinical skills in depth. A unique feature of this boo
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Preface; Contents; Part I. Transition to the 21st Century; Chapter 1. Introduction; Chapter 2. Clinical Competence and New Directions in Medical Education; Chapter 3. Getting to Know the Patient - Disease, Illness and Illness Behavior; Part II. Clinical Skills; Chapter 4. Listening Skills and Observational Skills; Chapter 5. Diagnostic Skills; Chapter 6. Problem Solving Skills; Part III. Human Relations Skills; Chapter 7. Communication Skills; Chapter 8. Physician-Patient Relationship; Chapter 9. Caring and Connection; Chapter 10. Learning and Teaching Skills

Chapter 11. Physician, Know Thyself!References; Part IV. Appendix; Chapter 12. How to Organize a Course on Clinical Competency Skills; Additional Reading Lists; Index

There is growing acknowledgement of the importance of interpersonal and communication skills in the training of future physicians. Effective diagnostic and clinical management skills require competency in observing, listening, communicating, problem-solving and negotiating. In addition, the physician needs human relationship skills. It is apparent that a systematic curriculum is needed to teach these clinical skills to medical students and trainees and this handbook provides a practical guide. Each chapter in this book discusses one of the clinical skills in depth. A unique feature of this boo