Asking, "What worries you the most?", and listening to key statements that the patient makes so we can appropriately respond can help reassure the patient that we are providing the best care to them and that they are not alone.
Listening to the patient is an absolute necessity. This will help me a lot.
Thanks good information . My team uses this frequently because our pt's are not usually forthcoming with their c/o discomfort.
nice video on to the point
A great message so you can give effective communication with providers.
Be careful with this. I've had some patients respond with "I'm NOT WORRIED, this is not all in my head"
Great question. Thanks
very practical tip!
Listen to your patients carefully and with empathy.
TREAT YOUR PATIENTS THE SAME WAY YOU TREAT YOUR SPOUSE.
This is such a great question to ask!
This is great. I also like, "Is there anything I haven't asked you about today that you think is important for me to know?"
I also use “What we can help you with today?”