COMMUNICATING WITH PATIENT: HOW TO INTERACT AND HOW MUCH TO INTERACT?
1. You have clinical experience as *
2. Term of work experience in the field of ASLP (in years) *
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3. While interacting with a patient, do you *
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4. Which of the following affects your professional communication with patient and counselling? *
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5. Do you take oral/written consent from patient/ parent before administering any test? *
6. What do you explain regarding the assessment tools and tests to be used? *
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7. Do you explain the correlation between the signs and symptoms and the findings post assessment? *
8. Do you explain the medical terms to the patient? *
9. Which rehabilitation options do you usually counsel about? *
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10. Do you provide information regarding disability certificate and concessions available if applicable for the patient? *
11. Which points do you include while counseling about speech language therapy available? *
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12. Which points do you include while counseling about rehabilitative electronic devices like hearing aid, cochlear implant, electrolarynx, etc? *
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13. Are visual aids important during counselling? *
14. Which visual aids do you use for counselling? *
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15. Besides the patient, whom do you counsel usually *
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16. Do you ask the patient if they have any queries regarding the assessment or treatment options given and try to answer it? *
17. Which other significant points should be included in interaction with patient and counselling?
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18. Considering all the points given above, how much would you rate your counselling skills *
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19. Do you think it is necessary to include more ‘hands on training’ for rehabilitative devices and clinical training in counselling in the academic curriculum? *
20. Do you think short courses on communication with patient and counselling will help you improve your skills? *
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