In order to help health professionals and parents manage child distress more effectively, researchers started observations of real interactions in healthcare in a community setting.
Every day, new training programs find their way to hospitals and clinics to help professionals convey their message efficiently and effectively in order to practice their profession.
For many years, researchers have studied the causes of diabetes. These researchers are trying to find the best treatments. Why? The number of people with diabetes worldwide has increased.
Efficient and effective communication is necessary in doctor-patient as well as nurse-patient consultations.
A recent observational research study performed by Rydenfalt et al. explored the efficacy of the World Health Organization Surgical Safety Checklist and the results of its proper usage.
Medical doctors receive extensive education and training before and during their time spent working at a hospital or clinic.
Good communication between the doctor or a nurse and patient is of vital importance. And, in a medical context, good team performance can save lives.
Trust is a fragile thing: hard to build, easy to break. It has fascinated scientists from many different disciplines for ages.
The world's population is ageing. International dementia and Alzheimer organizations state that there are an estimated 36 million people worldwide with dementia.
A recent study focuses on the development and validation of St Andrews Behavioural Interaction Coding Scheme (SABICS).