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MASUS writing assignment SAMPLE Pharmacist require to utilize communication on a day-to-day basis in order to relay crucial information for the treatment of their patients. The manner in how communication is delivered effectively may be verbal, non-verbal, or a combination of both. Non-verbal communication shapes a pharmacist’s interaction with a patient to be more personal and strengthens patient-pharmacist relationship as it allows for better understanding of information and overcomes barriers that verbal communication have. As a result, satisfactory patient outcomes and treatments are achieved. Schooling, volume 1, number 1, states it “is the process of transmitting information and common understanding from one person to another” (Lunenburg, 2010, pg. 1). Information must be successfully conveyed between individuals. However, pharmacists are frequently challenged with the lack of time with patients during medication counselling due to a substantial number of patients (Yang, Kim, Choi & Chang, 2016).

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