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Learning Through Role Play
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Main description:

Primary care is complex, unpredictable, and requires a biopsychosocial orientation. An indispensable teaching resource, Primary Care Interviewing: Learning Through Role Play thoroughly details how to use role play to teach the basics and more complex aspects of medical interviewing skills to trainee clinicians. Role playing is ideally suited to teach clinicians how to interview and relate to patients, and this unique and concise title includes not only sample role plays and dialog but also a wealth of accompanying online video role plays to enhance the learning process. Part one presents how to teach basic interviewing skills needed for effective communication, such as joining, promoting self- awareness, open-ended communication, dealing with emotions, structuring skills, and asking questions to uncover concerns and related beliefs, or theories of illness. Part two addresses the teaching of specific, more complex interviewing skills, such as addressing a patient’s mental health issues, sexual health, somatic conditions, and giving bad news.


Feature:

Essential resource and teaching tool for all physicians who teach medical school students and residents
Contains numerous practical role play examples and points of instruction for teaching through this important method
Written by a leading physician with extensive experience directing a formal interviewing medical school program


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Primary care is complex, unpredictable, and requires a biopsychosocial orientation.  An indispensable teaching resource, Primary Care Interviewing: Learning Through Role Play thoroughly details how to use role play to teach the basics and more complex aspects of medical interviewing skills to trainee clinicians.  Role playing is ideally suited to teach clinicians how to interview and relate to patients, and this unique and concise title includes not only sample role plays and dialog but also a wealth of accompanying online video role plays to enhance the learning process.  Part one presents how to teach basic interviewing skills needed for effective communication, such as joining, promoting self-awareness, open-ended communication, dealing with emotions, structuring skills, and asking questions to uncover concerns and related beliefs, or theories of illness.  Part two addresses the teaching of specific, more complex interviewing skills, such as addressing a patient’s mental health issues, sexual health, somatic conditions, and giving bad news. 


Contents:

Table of ContentsI. Teaching Basics of Interviewing

        Intr0duction to role plays

 

1.      Personal Story

2.      Contracting

3.      Open-Ended Inquiry

4.      Affirmations

5.      Eliciting and Responding to Emotions

6.      Uncovering Self- Diagnosis 

7.      Structure

8.      Accuracy

9.      History of Present Illness

10.  Concluding Phase

11.  Across the Life Span

 James Binder and Michael BinderII. Teaching Complex Interviewing Skills

12.  Family Concepts

13.  Family Interviewing

14.  Mental Health

15.  Body-Mind Integration

16.  Suicide Assessment

17.  Sex

18.  Motivational Interviewing

19.  Giving Bad News

20.  Challenging Interviews

 

II. Teaching Complex Interviewing Skills

12.  Family Concepts

13.  Family Interviewing

14.  Mental Health

15.  Body-Mind Integration

16.  Suicide Assessment

17.  Sex

18.  Motivational Interviewing

19.  Giving Bad News

20.  Challenging Interviews

 


PRODUCT DETAILS

ISBN-13: 9781461472247
Publisher: Springer (Springer New York)
Publication date: June, 2013
Pages: 195

Subcategories: Ethics, General Practice