In this course, you’ll learn more about the structure of the Calgary-Cambridge communication guide. This model is used in various health disciplines and serves as a blueprint for many educational institutions. We’ll also present some of the core skills from the model that you can use in your daily work.
This course focuses on the explanation and planning phase of the anamnesis. How could you provide the right amount and type of information, relate it to your patient, and involve your patient in a shared decision?
What are the objectives and skills of this phase of the anamnesis? We’ll explore how you can avoid last-minute questions, which specific communication skills you can use to make sure your patient feels satisfied and that your patient is comfortable with the plan you both agreed on.