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    • back o Alan's motor scooter, and gradually each one took his leave and returned to his home and the summer ahead. Thirty-six of us separated to 36 different walks of life; some scurried back across Nevada to California; others went to summer...
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    • 21 A 2005 study of fifth graders across three inner city Baton Rouge schools conducted by, J.L. Smith and C.E. Mostenbocjer, found that gardens in the school correlated with a higher achievement in science (Blair, 2009, p. 23). In a separate...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 7 Chapter 1: Introduction The purpose of this study was to examine the narratives of physicians and patients through grounded theory method, discover emergent themes and with those themes, attempt to fill in gaps...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 24 found that physicians interrupted 69 percent of their patients before they could complete their opening statements and once interrupted, fewer than two percent of patients went on to complete their statements....
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 34 patient communication begins with a comprehensive intake sheet that the patient completes before the initial office visit” (p. 34). This comprehensive intake sheet is critical, in the event of a lawsuit and...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 54 family members. The following paragraphs will discuss the procedures and parameters that were established to collect and analyze the data for this thesis. Data collection. The data collection procedure began...
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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 65 emotional tenor of the interviewer or ask for more information do well in the new admissions process because such tendencies are helpful not only with colleagues but also with patients (para. 7). From Leigh’s...
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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 70 drive-thru for Chinese take-out, Frellick (2011) guarantees that the person taking the order is going to practice “repeat-back,” where the person taking the order repeats the order as it was given by the...
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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 81 doctors, in the event that a patient or loved one is soon to die. The issue is that family members will rely on science to prolong the life of their patient/loved one, when in reality the death of the...


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