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The use of abbreviations in medical records in a multidisciplinary world -- an imminent disaster Muhammad Asad Parvaiz, Ashok Subramanian, Namita S. Kendall Communication & Medicine Vol 5 No. 1 (2008) Nov 25, 2008 10.1558/cam.v5i1.25 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Laughter, communication problems and dementia Camilla Lindholm Communication & Medicine Vol 5 No. 1 (2008) Nov 25, 2008 10.1558/cam.v5i1.3 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
The negotiation of the problem statement in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Andrew Beckwith, Jonathan Crichton Communication & Medicine Vol 7 No. 1 (2010) Oct 22, 2010 10.1558/cam.v7i1.23 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Moral accounts and membership categorization in primary care medical interviews Patrick J. Dillon Communication & Medicine Vol 8 No. 3 (2011) Feb 24, 2012 10.1558/cam.v8i3.211 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Improving patient information leaflets: Developing and applying an evaluative model of patient centeredness for text Antoinette Fage-Butler Communication & Medicine Vol 10 No. 2 (2013) Dec 10, 2013 10.1558/cam.v10i2.105 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Establishing mutual understanding in interaction: An analysis of conversational repair in psychiatric consultations Myrofora Themistocleous, Rose McCabe, N. Rees, I. Hassan, P.G.T. Healey, S. Priebe Communication & Medicine Vol 6 No. 2 (2009) Jan 16, 2010 10.1558/cam.v6i2.165 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Clinical handover as an interactive event: Informational and interactional communication strategies in effective shift-change handovers Suzanne Eggins, Diana Slade Communication & Medicine Vol 9 No. 3 (2012) May 7, 2013 10.1558/cam.v9i3.215 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
‘I’m an expert in me and I know what I can cope with’: Patient expertise in rheumatoid arthritis Tessa Sanderson, Jo Angouri Communication & Medicine Vol 10 No. 3 (2013) May 22, 2014 10.1558/cam.v10i3.249 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Expressing the unexpressed: self-disclosure as interactional achievement in the psychotherapy session Joanna Pawelczyk, Richard Erskine Communication & Medicine Vol 5 No. 1 (2008) Nov 25, 2008 10.1558/cam.v5i1.39 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Drowning in negativism, self-hate, doubt, madness: Linguistic insights into Sylvia Plath’s experience of depression Zsófia Demjén Communication & Medicine Vol 11 No. 1 (2014) Oct 30, 2014 10.1558/cam.v11i1.18478 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Medication information leaflets for patients:The further validation of an analytic linguistic framework Rosemary Clerehan, Di Hirsh, Rachelle Buchbinder Communication & Medicine Vol 6 No. 2 (2009) Jan 15, 2010 10.1558/cam.v6i2.117 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Multilingual interactions in clinical dental education: A focus on mediated interpreting Susan M. Bridges, Cynthia K.Y. Yiu, Colman P. McGrath Communication & Medicine Vol 8 No. 3 (2011) Feb 24, 2012 10.1558/cam.v8i3.197 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Marked bodies and selves: A literary-semiotic perspective on breast cancer and identity Nina Henriksen, Helle Ploug Hansen Communication & Medicine Vol 6 No. 2 (2009) Jan 15, 2010 10.1558/cam.v6i2.143 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
How the therapist does authority: Six strategies for substituting client accounts in the session Mariaelena Bartesaghi Communication & Medicine Vol 6 No. 1 (2009) Jul 12, 2009 10.1558/cam.v6i1.15 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Non-verbal vocalizations, dementia and social interaction Lars-Christer Hydén Communication & Medicine Vol 8 No. 2 (2011) Jun 19, 2012 10.1558/cam.v8i2.135 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Chinese mental illness narratives: Controlling the spirit Guy Ramsay Communication & Medicine Vol 6 No. 2 (2009) Jan 16, 2010 10.1558/cam.v6i2.189 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Use of Metaphors in Motivational Interviewing Sessions in the Probation Service Harri Sarpavaara Communication & Medicine Vol 7 No. 2 (2010) Dec 28, 2010 10.1558/cam.v7i2.177 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Can promoting patient decision making be exclusionary? Moral expectations and cultural difference in the narratives of UK maternity clinicians Myfanwy Davies, Glyn Elwyn, Irena Papadopoulos, Lon Fleming, Gareth Williams Communication & Medicine Vol 6 No. 1 (2009) Jul 12, 2009 10.1558/cam.v6i1.39 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
The Patient’s Lifeworld: Building meaningful clinical encounters between patients, physicians and interpreters Yvan Leanza, Isabelle Boivin, Ellen Rosenberg Communication & Medicine Vol 10 No. 1 (2013) Oct 3, 2013 10.1558/cam.v10i1.13 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Interaction during Intervention: Conversations between professionals and children with cerebral palsy Pernille Holck, Annika Dahlgren Sandberg, Ulrika Nettelbladt Communication & Medicine Vol 6 No. 1 (2009) Jul 12, 2009 10.1558/cam.v6i1.49 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
The role of role-play: Managing activity ambiguities in simulated doctor consultation in medical education Goril Thomassen Communication & Medicine Vol 6 No. 1 (2009) Jul 12, 2009 10.1558/cam.v6i1.83 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Listening to people with seizures: How can linguistic analysis help in the differential diagnosis of seizure disorders? Meike Schwabe, Markus Reuber, Martin Schöndienst, Elisabeth Gülich Communication & Medicine Vol 5 No. 1 (2008) Nov 25, 2008 10.1558/cam.v5i1.59 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Doctors’ perceptions of personal boundaries to primary care interactions: A qualitative investigation Simon Cocksedge, Carl May Communication & Medicine Vol 6 No. 2 (2009) Jan 15, 2010 10.1558/cam.v6i2.109 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
A narrative of resistance: Presentation of self when parenting children with asthma Ellen S. Cohn, Dharma E. Cortes, Julie M. Hook, Leanne S. Yinusa-Nyahkoon, Jeffrey L. Solomon, Barbara Bokhour Communication & Medicine Vol 6 No. 1 (2009) Jul 12, 2009 10.1558/cam.v6i1.27 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Oral communication skills of international medical graduates: Assessing empathy in discourse Marisa Cordella, Simon Musgrave Communication & Medicine Vol 6 No. 2 (2009) Jan 15, 2010 10.1558/cam.v6i2.129 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Patient-directed medicine labeling: Text differences between the United States and Spain Ulla Connor, Miguel F. Ruiz-Garrido, William Rozycki, Elizabeth Goering, Eleanor D. Kinney, Julia M. Koehler Communication & Medicine Vol 5 No. 2 (2008) Mar 13, 2009 10.1558/cam.v5i2.117 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
‘Is it alright if I-um-we unbutton your pyjama top now?’ Pronominal use in bedside teaching encounters Charlotte Rees, Lynn Monrouxe Communication & Medicine Vol 5 No. 2 (2008) Mar 13, 2009 10.1558/cam.v5i2.171 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Communicative practices in talking about death and dying in the context of Thai cancer care Pairote Wilainuch Communication & Medicine Vol 10 No. 3 (2013) May 22, 2014 10.1558/cam.v10i3.263 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Patients’ Narratives of Chronic Illnesses and the Notion of Biographical Disruption Roxana Delbene Communication & Medicine Vol 8 No. 1 (2011) May 30, 2011 10.1558/cam.v8i1.17 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Could patients’ coughing have communicative significance? Julia V. Bailey Communication & Medicine Vol 5 No. 2 (2008) Mar 13, 2009 10.1558/cam.v5i2.105 Healthcare Communication Linguistics