3 edition of Thinking About Patients found in the catalog.
May 30, 2001
by Petroc Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||250|
I entered the giveaway for What Patients Say, What Doctors Hear thinking that it was some sort of how-to book to help patients talk to their doctors. It is actually something even better than that. Dr. Ofri has written a thoughtful and well-researched book which offers insights for everyone involved in medicine, whether as caregiver or patient.4/5. The Thinking Woman’s Guide to Breast Cancer is much more than my autobiography—I wrote it to empower patients to take charge of their own treatment decisions and help them stay in remission. – Janet Maker, Ph. D.
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Thinking about Patients is an explanation of medical thinking from the perspective of a general practitioner working on a council estate in south London. It is a plea for a re-evaluation of medicine and as such it has great resonance. The simplicity of the layout of this book belies its excellent : Jeremy Playfer.
Thinking, Fast and Slow is an immensely important book. Many science books are uneven, with a useful or interesting chapter too often followed by a dull one.
Thinking About Patients book so here. With rare exceptions, the entire span of this weighty book is fascinating and applicable to day-to-day life.
Everyone should read Thinking, Fast and Slow.”Cited by: " Cannabis and Cancer: Cannabis in Context" is so well-researched, well-written, and scholarly while still being understandable for the ordinary person.
A cancer patient who is seeking knowledge about the place cannabis might take in his treatment will now have a place to go for real, authoritative, honest information, rather than having to /5(15).
Book January with Reads How we measure 'reads' A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, Author: David Misselbrook. Thinking, Fast and Slow is a best-selling book published in by Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences laureate Daniel was the winner of the National Academies Communication Award for best creative work that helps the public understanding of topics in behavioral science, engineering and medicine.
The book summarizes research that Author: Daniel Kahneman. Thinking about Patients by Thinking About Patients book Misselbrook. Petroc Press, £, pp ISBN 1 49 7. Rating: If in the wider intellectual world medicine is a remote and insignificant island, David Misselbrook's book is a letter in a bottle trying to reconnect medicine with the general culture.
Applying the principles of human-centered design to real-world health care challenges, from drug packaging to early detection of breast cancer. This book makes a case for applying the principles of design thinking to real-world health care challenges.
As health care systems around the globe struggle to expand access, improve outcomes, and control costs, Health Design Thinking. “Insight is the booby prize of therapy,” the therapist Lori Gottlieb writes in her new book, “Maybe You Should Talk to Someone.” “It’s great if you have it, but if you don’t take.
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Design thinking “is a way for health care to make changes by empathizing with our patients and their families,” said Alpa Vyas, Stanford Health Care vice president for patient experience. “We want to know what their unmet needs are. Our patients have told us they want us to know them and to understand them.
Learning to provide safe and quality health care requires technical expertise, the ability to think critically, experience, and clinical judgment. The high-performance expectation of nurses is dependent upon the nurses’ continual learning, professional accountability, independent and interdependent decisionmaking, and creative problem-solving by: What Your Patient Is Thinking (WYPIT) is a series led and edited by patients and carers.
What are they about. The articles are written by patients and carers and are a key part of The BMJ’s campaign to increase partnership with patients and public in wanted to have a series which is run and authored by patients, carers and the public.
Book Summary. The renowned Harvard Medical School physician and New Yorker writer Jerome Groopman presents an entirely new way of understanding medicine and medical care to give patients and their families insight into why some doctors succeed in thinking through problems and why some doctors fail.
• Knowledge + experience before critical thinking • Critical thinking can be taught using a model, or framework, for organizing the nurse's thought processes. Combining her vast clinical background and information with critical thinking strategies, Carol Whiteside, MSN, PhD, has created an easy to follow book for nurses in the clinical : Carol Whiteside.
A big part of the book I'm writing Mind Over Medicine: Scientific Proof You Can Heal Yourself (Hay House, ) is about how positive belief, hope, and expectation can trigger self-healing.
Ofri, a professor of medicine at New York University and hospital internist, shares many of Epstein’s concerns about physician-patient interactions in her book What Patients Say, What Doctors while Epstein focuses on the benefits of mindfulness, Ofri hones in on listening and communication skills as powerful tools for exceptional patient care.
In two separate survey questions, RDs were asked to rank the importance of communication tactics to “prevent and correct” critical thinking failure by consumers or patients. The tactics in each question reflect the three dimensions of critical thinking: Diligent Clarification, Logical Reasoning, and Humble Self-Reflection.
Breaking Negative Thinking Patterns is the first schema-mode focused resource guide aimed at schema therapy patients and self-help readers seeking to understand and overcome negative patterns of thinking and behaviour. Represents the first resource for general readers on the mode approach to schema therapy; Features a wealth of case studies that.
How Doctors Think is a book released in March by Jerome Groopman, the Dina and Raphael Recanati Chair of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, chief of experimental medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, and staff writer for The New Yorker magazine.
The book opens with a discussion of a woman in her thirties who suffered daily stomach Author: Jerome Groopman. Teaching Doctors How to Think. I also must get off the autopilot of intuitive thinking and reexamine how I evaluate patients. This is more difficult than it sounds because we are not born to Author: Richard Senelick.
The book contains a variety of case studies from people of all ages that help explain the thinking process doctors' use to make a diagnosis.
It is a book that can be continually referenced. It is a must read for patients, and should be recommended for doctors.'How Doctors Think' Dr. Jerome Groopman, a staff writer at The New Yorker, has written a book about how doctors make decisions regarding their 's called How Doctors Think.NurseThink ® Model: THIN Thinking.
Nursing is about thinking at a high level in very complex situations. THIN Thinking was designed to help students better care for complex patients. As you will see in the video, it will also help student on their EXAMS and on NCLEX ®. Grab 4 Multi-color post-it notes and start the video to develop your.