ADVANCED SKILLS FOR EFFECTIVE EXPLANATIONS AND PLANNING OF PERSONALISED CARE
Uncertainty, long term care, Persistent and Functional symptoms as well as mental health needs may lead to complex consultations. This module empowers clinicians to face these interesting situations with more confidence.
- Module 5-1 – What Do You Do When You Don’t Know What To Do? Skills For Discussing Uncertainty
- Module 5-2 – How To Enjoy Those Patients With Really Long Term Problems; The Positive Bathe Method
- Module 5-3 – To Be Or Not To Be? How Can Clinicians Share Decision Making In Complex Situations?
- Module 5-4 – Empowering Explanations For Persistent Or Functional Symptoms
- Module 5-5 – Never Say Never. How To Say No While Still Saying Yes
- Module 5-6 – Therapeutic Conversation; Mental Health Skills Without Drugs/ Skills For Long Term Care And Mental Health Problems
Listen to all the podcasts in this module via the playlist below. Each podcast relates to a chapter, as listed in the contents above. A useful omnibus episode is also included, which compiles all the chapters into one podcast.
Download, share and listen at your leisure in the order of your choice. There is supporting PDF documentation further down this page related to each chapter too.
What Do You Do When You Don’t Know What To Do? Skills For Discussing Uncertainty
How To Enjoy Those Patients With Really Long Term Problems; The Positive Bathe Method
To Be Or Not To Be? How Can Clinicians Share Decision Making In Complex Situations?
Empowering Explanations For Persistent Or Functional Symptoms
Never Say Never. How To Say No While Still Saying Yes
Job reference consultation 'Never say Never'
Never say Never.
Dr Thomas uses a variety of techniques to get Mark to understand the issue. Refer to the PDF for this chapter. Which of the approaches described in the PDF are used here?
Distracted by the Computer & 'NO'
See how a bad start makes it hard to get going and wastes time. Mark is clearly upset by the straight answer ‘NO’. Contrast with the other video in this series – you don’t need skills to diffuse angry patients if they are not antagonised first.
Therapeutic Conversation; Therapeutic conversations 1: skills for patients who are distressed or have mental health issues