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Comparing doctor–elderly patient communication between traditional Chinese medicine and Western medicine encounters: Data from China Ying Jin, Dennis Tay Communication & Medicine Vol 14 No. 2 (2017) Nov 1, 2017 10.1558/cam.31872 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Small talk as work talk: Enacting the patient-centered approach in nurse-practitioner-patient visits Staci Defibaugh Communication & Medicine Vol 14 No. 2 (2017) Nov 1, 2017 10.1558/cam.31374 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Developing a new empathy-specific admissions test for applicants to medical schools: A discourse-pragmatic approach Gabrina Pounds, Charlotte Salter, Mary Jane Platt, Pauline Bryant Communication & Medicine Vol 14 No. 2 (2017) Oct 20, 2017 10.1558/cam.31522 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
‘We are the barriers’: Danish general practitioners’ interpretations of why the existential and spiritual dimensions are neglected in patient care Elisabeth Assing Hvidt, Jens Søndergaard, Dorte Gilså Hansen, Pål Gulbrandsen, Jette Ammentorp, Connie Timmermann, Niels Christian Hvidt Communication & Medicine Vol 14 No. 2 (2017) Oct 19, 2017 10.1558/cam.32147 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Two models of ethical alignment through metacommunication in clinical situations Frederikke Winther, Camilla Dindler Communication & Medicine Vol 14 No. 2 (2017) Sep 28, 2017 10.1558/cam.32314 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Cardiologists’ experiences and perceptions of patient involvement and communication related to shared decision-making regarding atrial fibrillation treatment Eleni Siouta, Ulla Hellström Muhli, Bjöörn Fossum, Klas Karlgren Communication & Medicine Vol 14 No. 1 (2017) Jun 15, 2017 10.1558/cam.30587 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Vulnerability of medical students and professionals to extreme work stress: A select review of the literature Maciej Walkiewicz, Małgorzata Tartas Communication & Medicine Vol 14 No. 2 (2017) May 29, 2017 10.1558/cam.31007 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
‘What should a woman do and imagine to have bulimia?’: Co-constructing patient expertise in psychotherapy with bulimia patients Joanna Pawelczyk, Małgorzata Talarczyk Communication & Medicine Vol 14 No. 2 (2017) May 29, 2017 10.1558/cam.30380 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
The understanding of medical abbreviations across different medical departments in a South African hospital setting Alicia Sherriff, Hamza Ally, Wasim Mahomed, Heather Rae, Rory Schanknecht, Seipati Sealanyane, Gina Joubert Communication & Medicine Vol 14 No. 1 (2017) May 18, 2017 10.1558/cam.30947 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Language complexity differs between doctors and patients during contraceptive counseling: A mixed-method study James P. Meza, Anthony Provenzano, Lawrence R. Fischetti, Elise LaRoche Communication & Medicine Vol 14 No. 1 (2017) Mar 10, 2017 10.1558/cam.29523 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Quantitative metaphor usage patterns in Chinese psychotherapy talk Dennis Tay Communication & Medicine Vol 14 No. 1 (2017) Mar 10, 2017 10.1558/cam.27688 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Conversation analysis and talk-extrinsic data in research on speech and language therapy Charlotta Plejert, Christina Samuelsson, Jan Anward Communication & Medicine Vol 14 No. 2 (2017) Mar 10, 2017 10.1558/cam.26886 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
How is family interaction analysed as a risk factor for schizophrenia? A cross-method comparison Pauliina Siitonen, Tiina Keisanen, Karl-Erik Wahlberg Communication & Medicine Vol 14 No. 1 (2017) Mar 7, 2017 10.1558/cam.27246 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Modality resources in Spanish during psychiatric interviews with Mexican patients Dalia Magaña Communication & Medicine Vol 13 No. 3 (2016) Feb 14, 2017 10.1558/cam.33054 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
From breathing difficulty to dyspnea: The translation process from the patient’s story to the doctor’s report in interactive medical case reports Magdalena Zabielska, Magda Żelazowska Communication & Medicine Vol 14 No. 1 (2017) Feb 13, 2017 10.1558/cam.32846 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
‘Are we on the same wavelength?’ International nurses and the process of confronting and adjusting to clinical communication in Australia Tonia Crawford, Peter Roger, Sally Candlin Communication & Medicine Vol 13 No. 3 (2016) Feb 13, 2017 10.1558/cam.28953 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Mitigation of claims in medical research papers: A comparative study of English- and Spanish-language writers María Luisa Carrió-Pastor Communication & Medicine Vol 13 No. 3 (2016) Feb 13, 2017 10.1558/cam.28424 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Language brokering in multilingual caregiving settings Gunilla Jansson, Cecilia Wadensjö Communication & Medicine Vol 13 No. 3 (2016) Feb 13, 2017 10.1558/cam.26400 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Patients’ practices for taking the initiative in decision-making in outpatient psychiatric consultations Shuya Kushida, Takeshi Hiramoto, Yuriko Yamakawa Communication & Medicine Vol 13 No. 2 (2016) Jan 6, 2017 10.1558/cam.27013 Healthcare Communication Linguistics
Verbal compliance-gaining strategies used by male physicians and patient healthcare experience Annabel Levesque, Han Z. Li Communication & Medicine Vol 13 No. 2 (2016) Jan 6, 2017 10.1558/cam.17143 Healthcare Communication Linguistics