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The Discourse of Hospital Communication Tracing Complexities in Contemporary Health Organizations (Palgrave Studies in Professional and Organizational Discource) by Rick Iedema

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Discourse analysis,
  • Hospital administration & management,
  • Linguistic semiotics,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines,
  • Hospital Administration,
  • Language Arts / Linguistics / Literacy,
  • Language,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines / Linguistics,
  • Health services administration,
  • Linguistics,
  • Administration,
  • Health facilities,
  • Hospitals

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages288
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8401433M
ISBN 101403998485
ISBN 109781403998484

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About this book Introduction Bringing together recent international research in the field of hospital communication and interaction, the contributors to this book contextualize clinical professional work by focussing on the rising intensity of information and communication practices in organizations generally, and in health care in particular. The Discourse of Hospital Communication: Tracing Complexities in Contemporary Health Organizations (Communicating in Professions and Organizations) Pdf. The Discourse of Nurse-Patient Interactions: Contrasting the communicative styles of U.S. and international nurses is the first book to quantitatively examine a wide range of linguistic features in a corpus of interactions between nurses and standardized patients. The main goal of this book is to compare the discourse of U.S. (L1 English speaking) and international (L2 English speaking) by: 4. This chapter examines the various approaches discourse analysts have taken to the study of health communication. It begins by explaining the challenges involved in communicating about health in different settings and what distinguishes discourse analysis from other by: 3.

  The Discourse of Nurse-Patient Interactions: Contrasting the communicative styles of U.S. and international nurses is the first book to quantitatively examine a wide range of linguistic features in a corpus of interactions between nurses and standardized patients. The main goal of this book is to compare the discourse of U.S. (L1 English speaking) and international (L2 English speaking) : communication issues for people. Also to give you advice and practical tips on how to communicate clearly with a wide range of people who may have GLIÀFXOWLHV FRPPXQLFDWLQJ We are keen that you use this book in any way you feel can improve a person’s experience whilst in Size: 2MB. The Hospital Communication Book Developed on behalf of The Learning Disability Partnership Board in Surrey Page 4 Firstly, establish how the deaf person communicates. If they are asking you a question using their voice, it is safe to assume that they will be expecting to lip-read your reply. The first version of The Hospital Communication Book was designed by The Clear Communication People Ltd on behalf of The Learning Disability Partnership Board in Surrey. This is version 2 of the book. We have updated some of the wording. We have used more photosymbols, and developed new images to give a more consistent Size: 4MB.

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