By Gary McClain, Michelle Buchman
AFTER THE analysis: HOW sufferers REACT and the way to assist THEM COPE presents readers with sensible, sensible instructions that aid sufferers harness either emotional and rational strengths as they convey with healthcare pros, assemble details, assessment cures, make expert therapy judgements, and deal with their situation. AFTER THE analysis is the 1st and basically ebook to aid healthcare execs, nurses, physician's assistants, nursing assistants, and people from different allied professions know how newly clinically determined sufferers react emotionally.
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Giving a Diagnosis Depending on the type and severity of medical diagnosis, the standard procedures of the hospital, clinic, or private practice where the diagnosis is delivered may determine how the diagnosis is given and by whom. This section provides some additional guidelines for giving a diagnosis, the goal being to help the patient listen and respond in ways that will facilitate further discussion. As alluded to at the beginning of this chapter, a routine diagnosis for the health-care professional is anything but routine for the patient.
Emotional reactions are complex and discussed at length in upcoming chapters. At this point, it is important to emphasize that medical diagnoses are emotional experiences for patients. Too often, out of time constraints, lack of training, or personal discomfort, health-care professionals avoid discussing emotional issues with patients. They fear the discussions will get “out of hand” and that they will be required to deliver mental health services they are not qualified to deliver. Alternatively, they may feel that patients should be focused on information and treatment decisions, not enmeshed in emotional reactions.
I can’t afford to think negative. TOM: You’ve really got a positive attitude here, Dante. I’m certainly not going to argue that with you. And like I mentioned before, you’ve got some very good people on your case. But I was wondering if it might be useful to sit down and talk about the process that people with your diagnosis generally go through. You know, like how cardiologists generally work with their patients and the recovery process after surgery. Would that be useful? DANTE: I’m not expecting anything less than a miracle!
After the Diagnosis: How Patients React and How to Help Them Cope by Gary McClain, Michelle Buchman