6 edition of Helping Patients Understand Risks found in the catalog.
February 9, 2006
by The Risk Communication Institute
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||208|
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Using direct-to-consumer genetic testing (DTCGT), individuals can order a genetic test, collect and submit a saliva sample, and obtain results about their genetic risk for a variety of traits and health conditions without involving a healthcare provider. Potential benefits of DTCGT include personal control over genetic information and health management decisions, whereas potential risks. People can look at the graphic and understand that these conditions affect their entire body. And they can understand that both conditions share these risks. Finally, an infographic is highly shareable, which may extend the reach of this message. The more people who understand the seriousness of sleep apnoea, the better.
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This easy-to-read book shows busy healthcare professionals how simple decision aids can help patients - and themselves.
It first reviews the real reasons that patients often struggle to understand the facts about their risks and then offers a "tool box" of practical strategies that have the potential to significantly improve the effectiveness of the process. The author also claims that, in /5(3).
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Explaining risks to patients in an effective way is an essential part of ensuring that consent is “informed.” A consultant in risk communication discusses the strategies that can help doctors to communicate risks clearly, and thereby also build closer relationships with their patients Fig 2 Paling Perspective Scale ©–for giving perspective to risks of low order of probability From Cited by: Many doctors are uncomfortable with numbers and, unless you are interested in horse racing, greyhounds, or cards, it is difficult to fully understand risk, chance, and the odds of success.
But our patients want to know the likelihood of success in an operation, the benefits and risks of a drug, or the likelihood of developing a disease.
Reviews Book Helping Patients Understand Risks: 7 Simple Strategies for Successful Communication you know about risk. As a former wildlife film maker, the author has a background in communication.
This helps, because communication is often a medical weak spot. Helping Patients Understand Risks: 7 Simple Strategies for Successful Cited by: 9. "Motivational Interviewing (MI), a method of interacting with patients to enhance behavior change, is a well-tested and established method with over randomized clinical trials demonstrating its efficacy across an array of medical book is a helpful tool for all practitioners seeking a better commitment to behavior change Cited by: Get this from a library.
Helping patients understand risks: 7 simple strategies for successful communication. [John Paling]. Helping Patients Understand Risks: 7 Simple Strategies for Successful Communication Article (PDF Available) in BMJ Clinical Research () April with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
How we help patients. Patients depend on Be The Match and our supporters to find a match to save their life. We are here to provide one-on-one support to patients and their families every step of the way along the transplant journey. Helping Patients Understand Their Medical Treatment and ‘Is my doctor in the plan?'” but also complicated trade-offs about risks and Patients Understand Their Medical Treatment.
A Maryland physician teamed up with an environmental scientist to develop a visual approach for helping patients better understand the risks and benefits of medical tests and treatments. One of the most important roles nurses have today is patient education.
This was once reserved for the physician, but no longer. Today nurses assume more and more responsibility for educating patients and helping them to become responsible for their own health status. Patients need to take a proactive role in their own health care.
In our book, Susan Powell goes to church and sees someone who has very bad muscle pain from taking a statin. But the actual numbers show somewhere between 1.
Helping Patients Decide: Ten Steps to Better Risk Communication. The authors found that NNT was the most difficult format for patients to understand and recommended it never be the sole way information is presented.
When describing both risks and benefits to patients, one has to choose whether to begin with the risks or to begin with Cited by: Communicating risk accurately can be difficult, particularly when patients' emotions enter the equation, as John Paling, PhD, discusses in his book, "Helping Patients Understand Risks." Emotions play a critical role in patients' decisions regarding their care, regardless of their level of education, Paling : Benjamin P.
Saylor. When the patients are sent home, they are unintentionally dumping large quantities of DNA mutating drugs into their families’ homes and environment.
The families/caretakers have only disposable gloves to protect themselves and may not understand the risks. The patients are told to flush their wastes down the toilet. A far more complete account of Dr Paling's work is found in his book Helping Patients Understanding Risks.
Good communication and close doctor-patient partnerships are also are an antidote against being sued for medical malpractice. Life trauma is highly correlated with an increased risk of mortality from chronic disease.
Trauma-informed care (TIC) is an evidence-based approach to deliver healthcare in a way that recognizes and responds to the long-term health effects of the experience of trauma in patients' lives. Four essential features and six defining concepts delineate a TIC approach to healthcare.
Motivational Interviewing in Health Care book. Read 28 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Much of health care today involves helping patients manage conditions whose outcomes can be greatly influenced by lifestyle or behavior change.
Easy to read and understand, well set out. flag Like see review. 4/5.Living Well with an Myeloproliferative Neoplasm by Dr. Krisstina Gowin is a new book--it may be the ONLY book--aimed at helping MPN patients understand and "live well" with our uncommon sells on Kindle for about $ It's probably a very good resource for people who are just diagnosed.
At best, we can try to offer clear information to our patients by attempting to quantify and communicate anticipated risks. Ultimately, the success of that communication will not be gauged by how we convey risk information, but by whether or not it is understood by patients who make important decisions based on the information we provide.