Vol 5 No. 1 (2008)

Journal: Communication & Medicine

Published: Nov 27, 2008

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Section Title Author Published
Editorial Srikant Sarangi Nov 25, 2008
Laughter, communication problems and dementia Camilla Lindholm Nov 25, 2008
In defense of ethically caring physicians Matthew S. McCabe Nov 25, 2008
The use of abbreviations in medical records in a multidisciplinary world -- an imminent disaster Muhammad Asad Parvaiz, Ashok Subramanian, Namita S. Kendall Nov 25, 2008
Expressing the unexpressed: self-disclosure as interactional achievement in the psychotherapy session Joanna Pawelczyk, Richard Erskine Nov 25, 2008
The Rabbit in the Hat: dubious argumentation and the persuasive effects of prescription drug advertising (DTCA) Sara Rubinelli, Kent Nakamoto, Peter J. Schulz Nov 25, 2008
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 Nov 25, 2008
Research Notes
Role-blurring and ethical grey zones associated with lay interpreters: Three case studies Charles Brua Nov 25, 2008
Forum Discussion
Sophistry and Circumstance at the End of Life Philip Berry Nov 25, 2008
Commentary 1: Subtlety without the sophistry Anthony Byrne Nov 25, 2008
Commentary 2: Considering the Geography of Relations Michael C. Brannigan Nov 25, 2008