Language subtleties: Bridging the gap between patient and doctor | 4 min
Health literacy among patients varies considerably and it is important for clinicians to ensure that their message gets accurately conveyed to their patients. Language used in the oncology space can be incredibly confusing for patients.
In this brief video, Clinical Psychologist Michelle Davey discusses how to bridge the gap between patient and clinician to ensure that the patient’s understanding of their situation is accurate.
Senior Clinical Psychologist, Melanoma Institute Australia
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Interesting perspectiveThis video provides some great insight that all clinicians should be aware of.