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22:47 EDT 16th October 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Communication in The Clinical Routine of Neonatologists.

Communication is essential to clinical routine, especially in NICUs with their vulnerable patients and the special team caring for them. Communication breakdowns and resulting treatment errors are described in the literature. The aim of this study is to provide an initial quantitative assessment of medical communication in a NICU.


Assessment of Couples' Communication in Patients with Advanced Cancer: Validation of a German Version of the Couple Communication Scale (CCS).

There are only a few valid instruments measuring couples' communication in patients with cancer for German speaking countries. The Couple Communication Scale (CCS) represents an established instrument to assess couples' communication. However, there is no evidence regarding the psychometric properties of the German version of the CCS until now and the assumed one factor structure of the CCS was not verified for patients with advanced cancer yet.

The Emotional Communication in Hearing Questionnaire (EMO-CHeQ): Development and Evaluation.

The objectives of this research were to develop and evaluate a self-report questionnaire (the Emotional Communication in Hearing Questionnaire or EMO-CHeQ) designed to assess experiences of hearing and handicap when listening to signals that contain vocal emotion information.


Communication errors in radiology - Pitfalls and how to avoid them.

Communication failures are a common cause of patient harm and malpractice claims against radiologists. In addition to overt communication breakdowns among providers, it is also important to address the quality of communication to optimize patient outcomes. In this review, we describe common communication failures and potential solutions providing a framework for radiologists to improve health care delivery.

Adults with Communication Disabilities Experience Poorer Health and Healthcare Outcomes Compared to Persons Without Communication Disabilities.

Persons with speech, language, and/or voice disabilities (collectively referred to as communication disabilities (CD)) represent 10% of the US population, yet their healthcare outcomes have not been described. Generally, research shows that persons with disabilities have poorer health and healthcare outcomes than their non-disabled peers.

Let's Talk About It: Supporting Family Communication during End-of-Life Care of Pediatric Patients.

Communication is key in optimizing medical care when a child is approaching end of life (EOL). Research is yet to establish best practices for how medical teams can guide intrafamily communication (including surviving siblings) when EOL care is underway or anticipated for a pediatric patient. While recommendations regarding how medical teams can facilitate communication between the medical team and the family exist, various barriers may prevent the implementation of these recommendations.

Use of Communication Tools for Mechanically Ventilated Patients in the Intensive Care Unit.

The use of light and no sedation is gaining currency in the intensive care unit, resulting in more conscious patients. Due to mechanical ventilation, patients are unable to communicate verbally, and may feel frustration. Communication tools may help; however, they are not used systematically in clinical practice. Based on "complex interventions" and a qualitative approach, a communication tool was modified, tested, and evaluated in this study. The tools consisted of a tablet with communication software and ...

The Welch Emotional Connection Screen (WECS): Validation of a brief mother-infant relational health screen.

The Welch Emotional Connection Screen (WECS), a new instrument, assesses mother-infant Emotional Connection in clinical settings. It includes: Attraction, Vocal Communication, Facial Communication, Sensitivity/Reciprocity, and clinical decision of Emotional Connection (yes/no). We tested concurrent and construct validity of the WECS and associations with behavioral and physiological measures in preterm infants.

The Key to Safety: Communication.

Symplasmic Intercellular Communication through Plasmodesmata.

Communication between cells is an essential process for developing and maintaining multicellular collaboration during plant development and physiological adaptation in response to environmental stimuli. The intercellular movement of proteins and RNAs in addition to the movement of small nutrients or signaling molecules such as sugars and phytohormones has emerged as a novel mechanism of cell-to-cell signaling in plants. As a strategy for efficient intercellular communication and long-distance molecule movem...

Communication skills curriculum: scripting too soon?

Communication-And-Resolution Programs.

Photons Harmony for Cell Communication.

Communication, Education and Public Information for Radiological Emergencies: What Is Next?

The chairs of the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurement (NCRP) 2017 Annual Meeting, Assessment of National Efforts in Emergency Preparedness for Nuclear Terrorism: Is There a Need for Realignment to Close Remaining Gaps?, tasked the members of each session to identify and prioritize preparedness activities that will have the most positive effect during a response. The Communication, Education and Public Information Panel identified five priority action areas that we believe NCRP and its m...

Improving Communication With Patients With Limited English Proficiency.

Nurse-Led Communication in the Intensive Care Unit.

Effects of the Educational Leadership of Nursing Unit Managers on Team Effectiveness: Mediating Effects of Organizational Communication.

EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP OF NURSING UNIT MANAGERS ON TEAM EFFECTIVENESS: Mediating Effects of Organizational Communication Satisfaction.

Perioperative Nursing and Communication Challenges Aboard the Africa Mercy.

Helping Bridge the Great Divides: Supporting Nurse Communication at End of Life.

Many, especially newer, nurses lack the experience for nuanced skillful communication at end of life. This study incorporated the End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium (ELNEC) Core Curriculum Communication module into a nurse residency program and tested for change in attitudes toward end-of-life (EOL) care. Researchers found significant differences in attitudes toward care of the dying before and after the ELNEC training, and between nurses with greater than and less than 5 years experience. Findings su...

TWO DECADES OF PUBLIC HEALTH SCIENTIFIC COMMUNICATION.

Virtual Health Library in Nursing for Colombia: a New Scientific Communication Portal.

Creating a Safe Health Care Culture: Teaching Communication Skills and Strategies.

Mobile Messaging Communication in Health Care: Rules, Regulations, Penalties, and Safety of Provider Use.

Implementation of an Interdisciplinary Communication Workgroup on an Acute Psychiatric Unit.

Communication among Interdisciplinary Healthcare Teams is an essential component of providing optimal patient care. Staff members at one U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs on an Acute Psychiatric Unit identified fragmented communication on the unit and expressed interest in forming an interdisciplinary communication workgroup. This quality improvement (QI) project was designed to enhance communication among the Interdisciplinary Healthcare Team on the Acute Psychiatric Unit. A workgroup was formed and met...

Hospital Readmission Risk for Patients with Self-Reported Hearing Loss and Communication Trouble.


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