52 min

Difficult Conversations FOAMdation

    • Medicine

Difficult conversations are exactly that: difficult. They may be difficult for numerous factors that are related to the subject matter, the patient, their relatives and friends and yourself. The first time you go through one of these conversation, you may feel drained, raw and emotional or you may not feel affected at all.
Dr James White is not just a GP but also an anaesthetic registrar in training who regularly works across critical care and has held numerous roles in medicine. The podcast goes through some different situations that may form a continuum of discussion from the delivery of a test result and possible life-changing diagnosis, the discussions that may take place when faced with an acutely unwell patient and end of life and DNACPR decisions. The episode discusses theprocess in more detail with input from a discussion on Facebook.
 
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Difficult conversations are exactly that: difficult. They may be difficult for numerous factors that are related to the subject matter, the patient, their relatives and friends and yourself. The first time you go through one of these conversation, you may feel drained, raw and emotional or you may not feel affected at all.
Dr James White is not just a GP but also an anaesthetic registrar in training who regularly works across critical care and has held numerous roles in medicine. The podcast goes through some different situations that may form a continuum of discussion from the delivery of a test result and possible life-changing diagnosis, the discussions that may take place when faced with an acutely unwell patient and end of life and DNACPR decisions. The episode discusses theprocess in more detail with input from a discussion on Facebook.
 
GET IN TOUCH! Either through the comments section or email foamdation@gmail.com if there are any comments or corrections or if you want to be involved with future topics.
RATE US on iTunes to help others find the resource more easily!
SHARE US with others you think would benefit or even your training leads to help us distribute the resource further! Twitter: @FOAMdation

52 min