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    • Physician & Patient Communication 43 Some of the particulars found in the Lowney and O’Brien (2011) case contain a few of the themes this thesis has discovered. In the Lowney and O’Brien (2011) case, a 30-year-old retail manager was admitted...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 48 coding involved the development of a coding framework designed to capture the meaning of participants’ speech. Axial coding was used to identify relationships between codes and selective coding was used to...
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    • April 2 2 . 1982.. . A Film Company requested the use of the City Cemetery for part of their filming. Joe Melling, City Manager, informed the Council that the plans to be submitted for the ( F . A . A . ) Flight Service Center proposal must be...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 59 (2013), describes how empathy and compassion could be used in this situation. Leigh (2013) explains how empathy and compassion could have been used by the ED personnel, when she brought her mother to the...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 60 These findings are driven by the human desire for compassion—from both the patient and the doctor. From the web-log entries I have read, it is most beneficial if a doctor can keep in mind that his or her...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 61 often involve the risk of dying. The patient often lacks capacity and is unable to speak his or her mind about the goals of care an how far to use aggressive medical interventions. This means that family or...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 62 An Unknown Author (2011), who is a hospital worker, states that some family members who serve as surrogates, actually cause more problems than they solve (para. 1). This Unknown Author (2011) states: I routinely...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 67 Patient Hand-Offs Another reoccurring and prominent theme in this analysis is the concept of the patient hand-off. A hand-off occurs when a physician, nurse or other personnel “hand-off” the care of a...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 68 doctor (para. 3-4). Mishkind (2011) also states, “Medical errors are more likely to occur during a shift change or when one doctor signs off to another doctor” (para. 1). Mishkind (2011) states that there...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 71 doctors to perform an effective transfer of physician responsibilities. The “I PASS the BATON” acronym was given by a nurse and may not be known and/or used currently by doctors. Patient hand-offs need to be...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 80 University has established a nine step competency based curriculum, and is called The Nine Abilities. The first of these nine abilities is Effective Communication. The next theme discovered in the analysis was...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 86 I had a 92 year old patient with a history of paroxysmal atrial fibrillation who fell and broke her hip…the patient went down to the OR at 7 am and family went to the surgical waiting room…the...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 92 Bonsall, L. (2013, March 29). Standardizing nursing handoffs. [Web log comment]. Retrieved from http://www.nursingcenter.com/blog/ Consumer Reports on Health (2005). Stay safe in the hospital, 17. Corbett, H....
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 95 Koven, S. (2013). Apologies are actually a frequent part of everyday medical practice. [Web log comment]. Retrieved from...
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    • CEDARS HOTEL CENTRALLY LOCATED STEAM HEATED ELECTRIC LIGHTED MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Rooms with private bath if desired. New, up-to-date in all respects. Mrs.C. G. Bell, Proprietor Shoe Repairing Shoes mended, tacked, or patched. Half-soleing and...
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    • No pirates no princesses 111 I: They‘re really nice people despite their parent frivolous lifestyle. M: Yeah, and you know the reason they have three houses is because they don‘t want their views blocked, that‘s lovely I guess, to be able to...
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    • No pirates no princesses 119 I: I‘ll make you a copy. Transcript 3: September, 2008, interviewed in person in Laguna Beach, CA I: Okay, we are here on Sept. 13th with E.S. E: Hello. I: Thank you so much for taking the time today. E: My...
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    • loaded f r o ~ n wagons onto a neat stack in the stackyard, with the help the of a derrick and horses. There was a real knack to running this equipment effectively, and being able to get the hay in uniform stacks with the least amount of time and...
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    • Iron County builds a hospital. Railroad built from Lund lo Crdnr City. R.N.S. changed to R.A.C. Road finished to Cedar Breaks. M a m moth Plaster and Cement Co. Cedar City Irank closes. K a s Jones and shcarirlg corral. Picture of Shearins C o r ~...

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