Communication Strategies in Health Care: Navigating High-Stakes Conversations

HLT POL X 407.9

High-quality communication between health care providers, patients, and families has been shown to have a positive influence on patient health outcomes, including emotional health, function, physiologic measures, and symptom…

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Winter
Summer
Online
Starting at $795.00
As few as 11 weeks
4.0

What you can learn.

  • Outline how quality communication affects healthcare.
  • Implement informed consent documents.
  • Provide an overview of motivational interviewing.
  • Identify and describe skills that demonstrate cultural humility in communication.
  • Practice setting professional boundaries and limits to behaviors that interfere with effective communication.
  • Discuss the grievance resolution process including patient rights, complaint capture and general policies and procedures.

About this course:

High-quality communication between health care providers, patients, and families has been shown to have a positive influence on patient health outcomes, including emotional health, function, physiologic measures, and symptom resolution. Conversely, failures in communication lead to increased patient harm, length of hospital stays, resource utilization, caregiver dissatisfaction, as well as staff turnover. Given the critical role communication plays, this course provides evidence-based strategies to optimize communication for professionals working in health care. Topics include principles of human communication, confidentiality, HIPAA, motivational interviewing, the influence of culture and diversity on communication, family dynamics and communication, communication with teams, conflict and crisis management, professional boundaries, skills for high-intensity communications, and grievance management. The focus is on helping improve individual communication strategies to support a patient-centered and value-oriented health care system.

Winter 2022 Schedule

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Instructor: Adisa Cartwright
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$795.00
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ENROLL BY: Jan 3, 2022
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Notes

Required course in Patient Advocacy Certificate.

Restricted course; call (310) 825-7093 for permission to enroll. Web enrollments automatically generate a "Permission to Enroll" request.

Enrollment limited to 25 students. Enrollment deadline: January 7, 2022. Internet access required. Materials required.

Refund Deadline
No refunds after January 07, 2022
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