Utilize effective risk
communication in COVID-19
This book teaches patient-doctor communication techniques that can be broadly applied to many areas of healthcare decision-making. Patient-doctor communication encompasses how physicians can gather accurate patient data, facilitate diagnosis, provide therapeutic counsel to the patient. It also demonstrates how a decision-aid can be used to substantially to improve precise communication of health risks from COVID-19 exposure and to evaluate how to best control and contain COVID-19. This book also presents a facile way of conveying vital COVID-19 data and medical information.
This book describes how a BRCT (Benefit-Risk Characterization Theater) can be utilized in two ways: one, to evaluate how one can control and contain COVID-19; two, for significantly improving precise communication of health risks from exposure to COVID-19. Presently, there have been a lot of complications based on unproductive risk communication during the clarification of these health endpoints.
A BRCT is a theatrical, familiar chart representation of around 1,000 individuals, with blackened seats showing the benefits and risks. Since putting health outcomes into a chart like this is easy, this book shows how laypeople, the media, and professionals can use BRCTs objectively. It enables communication and characterization of health risks and benefits of COVID-19 containment and treatment in a straightforward and undemanding way. BRCTs have been effectively used to help patients in identifying whether the decision is evidence-based, who should make the decision regarding medical intervention if the advantages of the intervention outweigh the risks and their level of acceptable risk of a variety of medical interventions.
Written by Andy Lazris, MD, and Erik Rifkin, Ph.D., this book bridges the gap between doctor-patient communication. It also offers an area of expertise in effective patient-physician communication that’s advantageous for medical students and medical providers.
So, if you’re looking to improve patient-doctor interactions and facilitate patient-doctor communication, purchase this book now!
Why study doctor-patient communication?
Effective patient-physician communication has been shown to positively influence health outcomes by increasing patient satisfaction, which allows patients to better understand available treatments and health problems. This provides reassurance and support to patients and contributes to better adherence to treatment plans. With collaborative decision-making, patients and physicians can work as partners to accomplish a mutual health goal. Since trust influences communication between both parties, it’s a crucial factor within every area of the physician-patient relationship.
As healthcare transforms into a more patient-centered and personalized model, the patient-physician relationship will substantially shape health outcomes.