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Communication exchange of information, thoughts,ideas, and emotions
Verbal communication through speaking
Which method do we communicate most with? Non verbal
Non-verbal communication through body language., using 5 senses
Sender- Reciver Model Someone creates a message and send it to someone else, and the Reciver is the one who obtains the message.
Medical abbreviations Meical terms involing prefixes and suffixes to represent a word or something.
Effective commuincation The message must be clear Must be able to recive and understand the message DIstractions must be avioded
3 types of Barriers Physical disabilities Psychological attitudes Cultural Diversity
Deafness Phyiscal: Use gestures and signs Use writing or sign language Use pictures and speak soflty and clearly in have good hearing aids.
Blindness Physical: Use soft voice Describe sounds and announce yourself when entering the room
Speech Physical: Have patience and allow them to speak Let them take their time and encourage them Take clearly Use pictures
Physiogolical Can affect how they react and take things, as well as their attitudes Make sure to sure respect and patience
Cultural DIfferent culturs and beifefs view healthcare differently. Eye contact, Language, Touch , and ways of dealing with it. So its impotant to ask before and respect them.
Created by: ela-2008
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