Primary Care Interviewing: Learning Through Role Play by James Binder

By James Binder

Primary care is complicated, unpredictable, and calls for a biopsychosocial orientation. An imperative educating source, Primary Care Interviewing: studying via position Play completely information how one can use function play to coach the fundamentals and extra advanced facets of clinical interviewing abilities to trainee clinicians. position taking part in is best to educate clinicians easy methods to interview and relate to sufferers, and this designated and concise name contains not just pattern position performs and conversation but in addition a wealth of accompanying on-line video function performs to reinforce the training method. half one offers how you can train uncomplicated interviewing abilities wanted for powerful conversation, similar to becoming a member of, selling self- wisdom, open-ended communique, facing feelings, structuring abilities, and asking inquiries to discover issues and comparable ideals, or theories of disease. half addresses the educating of particular, extra complicated interviewing talents, similar to addressing a patient’s psychological healthiness concerns, sexual health and wellbeing, somatic stipulations, and giving undesirable information.

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Using a group as a consultant. In: Wynne L, McDaniel SH, Weber T, editors. System consultation: a new perspective for family therapy. New York, NY: Guilford Press; 1986. 13. Smith RC, Dwamena FC, Fortin AH. Teaching personal awareness. J Gen Intern Med. 2005;20:201–7. Chapter 1 Personal Story “The good physician treats the disease. ” William Osler Role Play Prerequisite interviewing skills for role playing the personal story include gentle commands, facilitation or continuers, listening, and tracking.

Key Points 1. 2. 3. 4. Emotional safety is essential to the process of patients feeling free to talk. Contracting, listening, and empathizing all support emotional safety. Nonverbal communication can be used to enhance a patient’s sense of safety. Mixed or incongruent messages from patients can be dealt with once they are brought into awareness. References 1. Platt FW, Gordon GH. Field guide to the difficult patient interview. 2nd ed. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins; 2004. 2. Lin CT, Platt FW, Hardee JT, Boyle D, Leslie B, Dwinnell B.

2007;30:e1–29. 5. Shea SC. Psychiatric interviewing: the art of understanding: a practical guide for psychiatrists, psychologists, counselors, social workers, nurses, and other mental health professionals. 2nd ed. Philadelphia, PA: WB Saunders; 1998. 6. Cole SA, Bird J, Monce R. Teaching with role-play: a structured approach. In: Lipkin M, Putnam SM, Lazare A, editors. The medical interview: clinical care, education, and research. New York, NY: Springer; 1995. 7. Turner TL, Palazzi DL, Ward MA.

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