A use your normal tone of voice b follow the rule of

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a. Use your normal tone of voice. b. Follow the Rule of Fives used for many of the communication barriers discussed in the chapter: i. sentences no longer than five words ii. words of no more than five letters. iii. Short sentences and short words are easier to translate. c. Keep the exchange simple a. When using an interpreter, face both the interpreter and the patient so they can see you and read your communication cues. Reflection. Reflect on what you have learned this week to help you respond to the question below. You may choose to respond in writing or by recording a video! 12. What does it mean to write, speak, and listen in a professional manner, why it is so important, and how can your communication affect your career? I feel that writing, speaking, and listening in a professional manner is important because I am working in the medical field. When a patient needs to convey a problem to me, and then I convey it to the physician, I need to know that what I am telling the physician is accurate. When I am conveying instructions to the patient, they need to understand what I am telling them. If any of either situation is misunderstood, it could cause health related complication for the patient.
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