By Frances Reynolds BSc Dip Psych Couns PhD
Incorporating a patient-focused viewpoint on verbal exchange and healthiness care, this new name for actual and occupational therapists and scholars offers functional suggestions for powerful verbal exchange with either colleagues and sufferers. Written in a simple, easy-to-understand sort, it deals a multidisciplinary, evidence-based process and an emphasis on reflective perform, making it a well timed and resource for modern-day readers.
- Discusses options for speaking with either colleagues and patients
- Examines the proof for the significance of potent conversation in bettering scientific effectiveness
- Contains reflective workouts for self-awareness of private communique abilities and difficulties
- Provides case reports that let the reader to research various sensible verbal exchange problems
- Includes research-based proof throughout
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Understanding patients' experiences of ill-health and health care UNDERSTANDING THE ILLNESS EXPERIENCE: ANALYSING A SPECIFIC CASE ACTIVITY Analysing the different aspects of the illness experience • Look again at the case study Ann, presented in Chapter 2, and identify as many different psychological and social aspects of Ann's illness as you can. As indicated in the previous chapter, a variety of personal, contextual and physical issues are relevant to the experience of illness. The physical health problems described in the case example are quite common, but the issues that therapists would need to communicate about with Ann are far from 'routine'.
If she uses her right hand in her artwork, she may be very fearful of not making a full recovery. Any restriction in wrist movement may signify the end of her professional career as an artist. This poses risks for her familiar identity, her quality of life (recall that she described feeling most' alive' when drawing), and, of course, her income. If her income falls, she may suffer additional restrictions on her activities during retirement. She may even fear losing her home. The fracture and diagnosis of osteoporosis may create additional uncertainty and anxiety about the future.
For example, she is active and busy for much of the time, immerses herself in creative work, continues with her personal and professional development and has numerous satisfying interests, as well as close family ties. If you regard health as a resource for 'doing', you may have rated Ann's health in the upper section of the 10-point scale when carrying out the previous activity. In this case, your concept of health may be similar to the description offered by the World Health Organization (1984): [Health is] the extent to which an individual or group is able ...