Communication with Cancer Patients
Learn how to communicate with cancer patients and understand their emotions as they are being confronted with the diagnosis and treatment of cancer. Learn to acknowledge and understand the emotions of patients and aid them to better understand and process their disease and therefore better their quality of life.
- Recognize the emotions of patients and oneself.
- Learn the 5 stages of grief theory by Elizabeth Kübler-Ross.
- Avoid common communication mistakes by communicating in a more constructive way, both verbally and nonverbally.
- Employ the Principle of Hope.
This course is certified by NCCAOM for 1.5 PDA points, and qualifies for credit towards the Shu Lan College online MA/Phd program, approved by Nanjing University.
Whilst we are a pre-approved provider for NZASA, we cannot guarantee that ALL of our content will align with the NZASA CPD categories. It is advisable that you seek guidance from NZASA if you are unsure.
- Lectures 7
- Quizzes 8
- Duration 50 Min
- Skill level 1.5 PDAs/CEUs
- Language English
- Students 261
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Self
In this section section you will learn to recognize and understand patients' emotions as they are being confronted with the diagnosis and treatment of cancer.
Difficult… But Crucial 5
Communication can influence the ability of a patient to cope with their disease and therefore it can influence their quality of life.
There is a lot that can go wrong while talking to patients... yet therapists can do a lot of good things through simple good communication.
Communication with Cancer Patients Final Quiz 1
This section is intended to help you make sure you have captured the essence of the course.
Communication with cancer patients
Really good tools to understand how to deal with emotions in every phase of the treatment and how to provide hope while being truthful. Thank you!