Healthcare Communication Skills Foundation Standard 2: Communications Objectives 2.14 Recognize elements of communication using the sender-receiver model. 2.13 Report subjective and objective information. 2.15 Apply speaking and listening skills.
Elements of Communication Sender Receiver Message Feedback Communication Model Questions What could happen to block any of the
elements of communication? Is the message always verbal? Is the feedback always verbal? What interruptions or distractions could interfere with communication? Healthcare Communication Remember that in a healthcare setting, nonverbal cues are important elements of
the communication model. Identify the elements of communication in this illustration. Feedback Methods Paraphrasing reword the senders message and ask for confirmation. Dr. Smith: I think Mrs. Jones needs more aggressive treatment for her anxiety. Dr. Shevlin: So you think we should order an
antidepressant? Feedback Methods Reflecting prompts the sender to add more detail to the original message. Dr. Smith: I think Mrs. Jones needs more aggressive treatment for her anxiety. Dr. Shevlin: So you think we should order her medication, such as? Feedback Methods Asking Questions request clarification
or more additional information. Dr. Smith: I think Mrs. Jones needs more aggressive treatment for her anxiety. Dr. Shevlin: Why? Is her current treatment not controlling her anxiety? Feedback Methods Requesting examples examples can help explain or clarify meaning. Dr. Smith: I think Mrs. Jones needs more aggressive treatment for her anxiety. Dr. Shevlin: What kind of treatment are you
thinking about? Obtaining Feedback Respond to this call to a veterinary office from a pet owner. Paraphrasing Reflecting Asking questions Requesting examples
I need to make an appointment for my dog. Shes not doing very well. Rules for Effective Communication Message must be clear Sender must deliver message clearly and concisely Receiver must be able to hear and receive the
message Receiver must be able to understand the message Interruption or distractions must be avoided Healthcare Information can be Subjective or Objective Subjective Cannot be seen or felt
Often called symptoms Usually statements or complaints from the patient Use the patients exact words Healthcare Information can be Subjective or Objective Objective Can be seen or measured Often called signs Information collected by the senses
Subjective Symptoms I think Im gonna throw up. My tummy hurts. Its really sore on my chest.
I dont feel very good. Objective Signs of Illness Pulse rapid, irregular and thready Skin cold and clammy
No respirations Lips cyanotic Subjective or Objective? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
Coughing Fatigue Headache Foul smelling breath Did not eat anything Speech slurred Joints ache Nervousness
Objective Subjective Subjective Speaking Skills Speak appropriately to the age or status of the receiver. Use appropriate terminology or words. Ask open-ended questions. Speak slowly and clearly. Try to be eye-level with the receiver. Make sure your non-verbal is consistent
with your words. Listening Skills Show interest and concern. Stay alert and maintain eye contact. Avoid interrupting. Pay attention to what the speaker is
saying. Avoid planning your response while the speaker is talking. Listening Skills Try to see the other persons point of view. Find a quiet or private location. Watch the speakers facial expressions for consistency with words. Ask for clarification when needed. Maintain a positive attitude.
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