Communication and Clinical Effectiveness in Rehabilitation, by Frances Reynolds BSc Dip Psych Couns PhD

By Frances Reynolds BSc Dip Psych Couns PhD

Incorporating a patient-focused viewpoint on conversation and overall healthiness care, this new identify for actual and occupational therapists and scholars offers functional techniques for potent verbal exchange with either colleagues and sufferers. Written in a simple, easy-to-understand sort, it bargains a multidisciplinary, evidence-based strategy and an emphasis on reflective perform, making it a well timed and resource for trendy readers.

  • Discusses suggestions for speaking with either colleagues and patients
  • Examines the proof for the significance of powerful conversation in bettering medical effectiveness
  • Contains reflective workouts for self-awareness of private communique abilities and difficulties
  • Provides case experiences that permit the reader to research various real looking verbal exchange problems
  • Includes research-based facts throughout

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ACTIVITY Applying the ICF to Ann's case • If you re-read Ann's case study, can you identify some impairments of body structure/function; some activity limitations/restrictions on participation; and some contextual factors that may affect her well-being? • How might this holistic framework influence your communications with this patient? ) PUTTING THE PATIENT FIRST: AN HOLISTIC, INTERPROFESSIONAL TEAM APPROACH Whereas the biomedical model of health care places patients in a rather passive role receiving treatment from health professional experts, the 39 40 COMMUNICATION AND CLINICAL EFFECTIVENESS IN REHABILITATION biopsychosocial perspective and the social model have given the individual a more active role as participant in health care services.

It perhaps allows the therapist to manage stress through maintaining a certain emotional distance from the patient. The Rogerian approach may also have limitations in regard to the practice of physical rehabilitation. After all, it was initially developed on the basis of counselling practice, where listening, empathy and the therapeutic relationship could justifiably be seen as central to therapeutic change. It may be argued that physical rehabilitation, in contrast, depends upon a much wider variety of expert interventions.

Above all, Rogers theorised that the quality of the client's relationship with the therapist depends upon the Models of health, illness and rehabilitation therapist's empathy, or ability to enter the client's own world of subjective experience. ACTIVITY Comparing biomedical and client-centred perspectives • Examine how the biomedical model and the client-centred perspective portray the optimal relationship between health professional/therapist and patient. • Find as many contrasts as you can. • Identify some strengths and limitations of each model.

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