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I can't access the subj but need to know what it covers. More about the subj:

  1. Smith's Patient-Centered Interviewing 4e - Google Search
  2. ISBN-13: 978-1259644627 - Google Search
  3. ISBN-10: 1259644626 - Google Search

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I have accessed the subj and suggest great glternative coverage:

  1. Data-Gathering skills interview patient OR medical - Google Search
  2. "The clinician Is being patient-centered when the Information on the table has been placed there by the patient." - Google Search
  3. open ended skills interview patient OR medical - Google Search
  4. open ended nonfocusing skills interview patient OR medical - Google Search
  5. "Nonfocusing open-ended skills encourage the patient to put information on the table." - Google Search
  6. Silence skills interview patient OR medical - Google Search
  7. Nonverbal encouragement skills interview patient OR medical - Google Search
  8. Continuers skills interview patient OR medical - Google Search
  9. open ended focusing skills interview patient OR medical - Google Search
  10. "Use focusing open-ended skills" "to pick things up off the table in order to learn more about them" - Google Search
  11. Echoing skills interview patient OR medical - Google Search
  12. Open-ended requests skills interview patient OR medical - Google Search
  13. "Open-ended requests" "should not be used to direct the patient to a topic they have not already mentioned" - Google Search
  14. Summarizing skills interview patient OR medical - Google Search
  15. paraphrasing skills interview patient OR medical - Google Search
  16. Closed-Ended skills interview patient OR medical - Google Search
  17. "closed-ended questions ideal for the middle of the interview" - Google Search
  18. "closed-ended skills have a deleterious effect upon the clinician-patient relationship" - Google Search
  19. "closed-ended skills" "diminish the quantity and quality of data about the patient" - Google Search
  20. "closed-ended" patient satisfaction - Google Search
  21. "closed-ended" Questions Producing Yes/No Answers interview patient OR medical - Google Search
  22. "closed-ended" Questions Producing Brief Answers interview patient OR medical - Google Search
  23. "closed-ended" Multiple-Choice Questions interview patient OR medical - Google Search
  24. Integrating Open-Ended and Closed-Ended Skills interview patient OR medical - Google Search
  25. "During the patient-centered beginning of the interview, open-ended skills predominate" - Google Search
  26. "Closed-ended questions are used sparingly during the beginning of the interview to clarify the patient's utterances." - Google Search
  27. empathy skills interview patient OR medical - Google Search
  28. "Responding to feelings and emotions leads to strong and therapeutic clinician-patient relationships" - Google Search
  29. "Responding to feelings and emotions" "results in the most effective communication" - Google Search
  30. patient express verbally feelings - Google Search
  31. patient express nonverbally emotions - Google Search
  32. feelings vs emotions - Google Search
  33. Charles Darwin expression of emotions in man and animals in 1872 - Google Search
  34. Paul Ekman 15 emotions - Google Search
  35. Halpern J. From idealized clinical empathy to empathic communication in medical care. Med Health Care Philos. 2014;17:301-311. - Google Search
  36. emotion-seeking skills interview patient OR medical - Google Search
  37. Direct Inquiry emotion-seeking skills interview patient OR medical - Google Search
  38. Indirect Inquiry emotion-seeking skills interview patient OR medical - Google Search
  39. "Because emotion is important, it is crucial to continue to seek feelings/emotions" "even when they have not been placed on the table" - Google Search
  40. how "affected your" interview patient OR medical - Google Search
  41. "what caused the problem" interview patient OR medical - Google Search
  42. intuit feeling interview patient OR medical - Google Search
  43. "Avoid strong affective terms" - Google Search
  44. "say might or could, rather than must" - Google Search
  45. Asking about triggers interview patient OR medical - Google Search
  46. "Determining why the patient is seeking care at this precise time" - Google Search
  47. "What else is going on in your life?" - Google Search
  48. Empathy Skills interview patient OR medical - Google Search
  49. "When the patient expresses an emotion, first follow it up with sufficient open-ended inquiry" - Google Search
  50. "clarifying the emotion by asking a few open-ended questions aids in expressing empathy accurately" - Google Search
  51. "Once you can understand why the patient is feeling the way s/he is feeling, you should express that understanding with verbal empathy." - Google Search
  52. "track the patient's emotional response so that you can adjust communication to enhance the patient feeling of being understood" - Google Search
  53. mnemonic "nurs" - Google Search
  54. Naming the Feeling/Emotion mnemonic "nurs" - Google Search
  55. Understanding mnemonic "nurs" - Google Search
  56. Respecting mnemonic "nurs" Praising OR Appreciating OR Acknowledging - Google Search
  57. Supporting mnemonic "nurs" - Google Search
  58. "You do not have to agree with the feeling or emotion for which you indicate understanding, respect, or support" - Google Search
  59. empathy vs sympathy - Google Search
  60. sympathy empathy "Both are legitimate" - Google Search
  61. students healthcare "strong emotions" OR crying - Google Search
  62. Module 2..4 in DocCom - Google Search
  63. Module 13 in DocCom - Google Search
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⚠️ Did not capture every single detail, but IMO, I’ve captured most of the important points. Also did not copy References, Tables, or Figures.

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