lecture 1 - CommunicationinHealthCareSettings N310 Lecture#1

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Communication in Health Care Settings N 310  Lecture #1 By Veronica Garcia Walker With special thanks to Jan Fox RNC, MSN And Stella Logan  MSN, RN, PMHCNS-BC
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Definition of Health Communication N310 (Fox) “Communication is a process of  transmitting images, feelings and ideas  from the mind of one person to the mind  of another person or group of people for  the purpose of obtaining a response  from individuals in a place where health  care is provided.”
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Elements of Communication        Receiver Sender Message
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Elements of Communication    Receiver Sender Message Feedback
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Assumptions about Communication 1. Communication is in part a  learned behavior
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Assumptions about Communication 2. Communication is a process
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Assumptions about Communication 3. Communication is  transactional
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Assumptions about Communication 4. Communication is  multidimensional (Has many dimensions or  properties)
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Perception The processes involved in identifying  and interpreting the stimulus that is  detected in sensation. (See Sensation). How do differing perceptions relate to  communication?
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Barriers to Effective Communication                                
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