A new paradigm for clinical communication: critical review of literature in cancer care

@inproceedings{Salmon2017ANP,
  title={A new paradigm for clinical communication: critical review of literature in cancer care},
  author={Peter Salmon and Bridget Young},
  booktitle={Medical education},
  year={2017}
}
OBJECTIVES To: (i) identify key assumptions of the scientific 'paradigm' that shapes clinical communication research and education in cancer care; (ii) show that, as general rules, these do not match patients' own priorities for communication; and (iii) suggest how the paradigm might change to reflect evidence better and thereby serve patients better. METHODS A critical review, focusing on cancer care. We identified assumptions about patients' and clinicians' roles in recent position and… CONTINUE READING
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