5 edition of Difficult patients found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -175) and index.
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|Pagination||viii, 181 p. :|
|Number of Pages||181|
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** Dr. Kravitz is a speaker, author, and educator. He provides practical, positive tools for building communication skills, overcoming negativity, dealing with difficult patients, customers, and associates, as well as raising emotional intelligence in the workplace.5/5(2).
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The "difficult" medical patient experiences emotions and demonstrates behaviors that interfere with effective medical care. These emotions and behaviors typically evoke negative feelings in caregivers, and this aversive reaction leads to the designation of such patients as "difficult." For example, the angry patient can irritate a doctor so intensely that he will become angry in Cited by: 2.
Not all patients are happy people, and sometimes they can truly test a nurse's compassion, patience, and communication skills. If difficult patients aren't managed properly, it can be increasingly difficult to communicate with a patient's friend and family about the patient's Author: Lynda Lampert.
Schafer S, Nowlis DP. Personalisty disorders among difficult patients. Arch Fam Med.; Platt & Gordon () Field Guide to the Difficult Patient Interview. NY:Lippincott W, ilial ms,& Wilkins. Working with Difficult Patients points out the intrinsic link between some forms of mental suffering and the distorted responses that the patient has received from his or her original environment.
For this reason the author explores the concept of the emotional trauma in particular, since this trauma, which occurs in the primary relationship Cited by: 2.