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Patient Education Part 1: Words that Harm

When we think of communication the primary tool that comes to mind is speech.  Within the clinic setting we have an extremely important role in communicating with our patients an understanding of their condition.  Arguably the most important role we play is as health educators.  Research is showing again and again that one of the keys to better outcomes with patients is education in order to empower patients to take control of their own health. The words we use to communicate to our patients an understanding of their condition can Continue Reading »