Communication Tips – Understandable Language

31. Juli 2019 at 10:00

Communication tips by Nursing on the Move. Are you a professional or a pre-professional? Do you use a second or foreign language at work? Do you have a friend who speaks a foreign language at work or has a cultural background different from colleagues/customers? Understandable language uses simple, recognisable and clear words […]

Patientengespräch auf professionelle Schiene gebracht

28. Mai 2019 at 09:50
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Bund und Sozialversicherung setzen einen wichtigen Schritt in Richtung Umsetzung der bundesweiten Strategie zur Verbesserung der Gesprächsqualität in der Krankenbehandlung. Zuhören, verstehen, informieren, diagnostizieren: Das Gespräch mit dem Patienten gehört zu den wohl wichtigsten und herausforderndsten Aufgaben von Gesundheitsberufen. Verläuft es gut, trägt es wesentlich zum erfolgreichen Genesungsprozess bei. „Ein […]

Communication Tips – Appropriate Nonverbal Communication

28. März 2019 at 12:32

Communication tips by Nursing on the Move. Are you a medical professional who uses a foreign language at work? Do you have a friend who speaks a foreign language at work or has a cultural background different from colleagues/customers? The focus of verbal communication is generally the content of the message. Using […]

Englisch Übersetzungslisten

22. November 2018 at 13:00
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Die medizinische Versorgung von PatientInnen, die nicht Deutsch sprechen, wird zu einer zunehmenden Herausforderung in der medizinischen Versorgung. Doctopia hat es sich zur Aufgabe gemacht diese Situation zu verbessern. Ein medizinischer Frage/Antwort-Datensatz mit mehr als 300 Begriffen und Fragen wurde von Doctopia in bisher zehn Sprachen übersetzt. Hieraus wurden Kommunikationsbögen erstellt. […]

Topics in Primary Care: 2018 Update, Including Healthcare Communications and the Team Approach to Patient Care

30. April 2018 at 10:07

6th to 13th July 2018, 7-Night Alaska Cruise. Our programs are designed for the specific purpose of allowing the busy professional to obtain the educational course credits required to maintain licensure, while at the same time enjoying a family holiday without spending too much time away from his or her practice. […]

Postscript of the conference “Health Care Communication in Intercultural Settings – From Challenge to Success”

29. Juni 2017 at 11:17

On 7th June 2017, our conference „Healthcare Communication in Intercultural Settings: From Challenge to Success “ took place. More than 80 persons from 12 countries participated in the conference – we thank you for your interest! Communication was the central topic of the conference. Especially in the medicine & health sectors, […]

Communication Tips – Consistency

12. Mai 2017 at 10:33

Communication tips by Nursing on the Move. Are you a professional or a pre-professional? Do you use a second or foreign language at work? Do you have a friend who speaks a foreign language at work or has a cultural background different from colleagues/customers? In most cases, nonverbal behaviour supports […]

Health Care Communication in Intercultural Settings: from Challenge to Success

18. April 2017 at 13:09

7th June 2017, Vienna, Austria. We would like to invite you to the conference „Health Care Communication in Intercultural Settings: from Challenge to Success“. The one-day-conference is taking place at Kardinal König Haus in Vienna on June 7th, 2017, 9 AM – 5 PM. At this conference, renowned experts will […]

Communication Tips – Honest Language

30. Mai 2019 at 08:00

Communication tips by Nursing on the Move. Are you a medical professional who uses a foreign language at work? Do you have a friend who speaks a foreign language at work or has a cultural background different from colleagues/customers? Honest language is above all truthful. Medical professionals always have to be honest […]

Communication Tip – Respectful language

9. Februar 2017 at 13:40

Respectful language makes communication more effective in many ways, since it prevents misunderstandings and conflicts. It also reassures patients that you see them as people who have personal and social needs as well as medical needs. Respectful language shows attention, uses descriptive words and is problem-oriented. Showing attention: you are […]