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Developing Communication Skills for Veterinary Practice

Developing Communication Skills for Veterinary Practice

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Autor:innen Jane R. Shaw, Jason B Coe

Verlag: Wiley Blackwell
Erscheinungsdatum: 23.04.2024
Auflage: 1st edition
Seitenanzahl: 238 pages
Sprache: English
Form/Einband: Softcover

Beschreibung:
Developing Communication Skills for Veterinary Practice
Developing Communication Skills for Veterinary Practice provides a thorough grounding in practical communication principles for client and team interactions, and helps veterinarians and staff take their communication skills to the next level through self-development and coaching colleagues. The book describes specific evidence-based techniques, gives examples of their use, and demonstrates how to use each skill in the clinical setting, with learning activities to put into practice. It covers every mode of communication, including face-to-face, virtual, telephone, and written communication.
Organized by the tasks of the clinical appointment, each chapter showcases specific communication skills. The book introduces a communication toolbox of 20 key communication skills, which can be applied to any area of veterinary practice or veterinary career path. The book:

Defines each communication skill, demonstrates techniques, and provides examples

Emphasizes the importance of communicating effectively with clients and colleagues

Provides a process and structure for coaching communication with colleagues

Discusses client and team interactions using many methods, including in-person meetings, telephone
conversations, and emails

Outlines best practices for effectively communicating using technology
Developing Communication Skills for Veterinary Practice is an invaluable resource for veterinary professionals at any level seeking to develop their communication skills and improve clinical outcomes.

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