Simple Tips to Developing a Productive Clinician-Patient Relationship

A visit to the clinic or hospital can be stressful for many of us. Concerns about what to say, how to act and how to get our points across to the clinician can dominate our thoughts, resulting in increased anxiety and sometimes absurd attitudes.
Clinicians (e.g. doctors, nurses, therapists, dentists etc.) also experience similar apprehension with regards to best approach to implement to connect with patients of various personalities, attitudes, and backgrounds. Simple Tips to Developing a Productive Clinician-Patient Relationship provides us with the most effective ways to communicate with patients of various characters and attitudes in order to reduce patient/clinician anxieties and foster mutual respect between both parties.
Diminished anxiety contributes to effective communication that results in more meaningful and rewarding clinician-patient relationships. Humorous cartoon dialogues make it a reader friendly book and easy to relate to.
Simple Tips To Developing A Productive Clinician-Patient Relationship is a book in the Body-Mind-Spirit category and has a general audience with
multiple target audiences in various aspects of life.
 
HEALTHCARE: The book is a teaching/learning resource for students in educational faculties e.g. Medical schools, Nursing schools, Nurse practitioner schools, Dentistry schools etc. Also, a resource for practicing
clinicians e.g. doctors, therapists, psychologists, social workers, nurses, nurse practitioners, behavior therapists, dentists etc.
 
EDUCATION: Help improve communication between teachers, administrative staff, parents and students LAW ENFORCEMENT: Help improve communication between law officers and community members
HOSPITALITY AND SALES: Help improve communication between retail staff and customers with various attitudes/personalities.
 
 



ABOUT THE AUTHOR
 
Nonye Aghanya obtained a Master of science degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner from Pace University, New York. With over 25 years of patient interactions, she has worked in various outpatient/inpatient/home care settings. She co-owned and operated a private medical clinic for six years
and currently works in retail clinic.
 
It is available on the authors website www.ptdrsimpletips.com and amazonwww.amazon.com/-/e/BO1MS36RZK
 
Nonye Aghanya