The Inner Consultation: How to Develop an Effective and Intuitive Consulting Style
The Inner Consultation, Second Edition sets out the author's thoughts on how consulting skills, and methods of teaching them, have evolved in the 17 years since the book's first publication. It also develops the theme of 'curiosity' as the key requirement for patient-centred consulting and provides a practical consultation model with five checkpoints to work to, advice for developing skills, and suggestions for doctors to ensure they know the cues in the consultation that require their full attention. All general practitioners, GP registrars, and medical professionals will find this book essential and thought-provoking reading.
Introduction to the second edition
A1 Problem? What problem?
A2 How have you been taught previously?
A3 Models of the consultation
A4 On having two heads
the consultation as a journey
A6 Five en route checkpoints
listening and eliciting skills
the clinical process in general practice
C1 On having only one head
C3 Zen and the art of the consultation
B1 How people learn
Other editions - View all
Inner Consultation: How to Develop an Effective and Intuitive Consulting Style
Roger Neighbour,Patrick Reade
No preview available - 1999
Vaardig communiceren in de gezondheidszorg: een evidence-based benadering
No preview available - 2000