Clinical Communication in Healthcare Settings


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Clinical Communication 0CLINICAL COMMUNICATIONAN Assignment Paper on Communication ByStudent’s NameName of the ProfessorInstitutional AffiliationCity/StateYear/Month/Day
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Clinical Communication 1Clinical communicationThe clinical communication is the communication that takes place within the environs of the hospital; the parties involved in this type of communication are the clinic management, patients, nurses, and other staff within any health organization. The clinical information is very important since it is through this way that the workforce may get to understand their patients welland offer quality health services. Secondary Literature SourcesThe secondary literature sources are usually known as review articles which summarizeknowledge and findings gained from other research studies of other individuals. The authorsnever carried out the research themselves hence no results or methods sections. The authors ofsuch sources use statements quoting the work of other authors and also the abstract section isshort and reporting on a specific matter. The secondary literature sources used in this assignmentcan be related closely to the nursing, specifically on clinical communication in the followingareas: Systematic literature reviewThe secondary literature sources which talk about the general information about the clinicalcommunication in the health organizations. The theoretical information concerning the generalknowledge about the clinical communication was gotten from the following secondary literaturesources: 1.Foronda, C, Gattamorta, K, Snowden, K and Bauman, EB 2014, Use of virtual clinicalsimulation to improve communication skills of baccalaureate nursing students: A pilotstudy,Nurse Education Today, vol. 34, no. 6, pp. 53-57.
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Clinical Communication 22.Okuyama, A, Wagner, C and Bijnen, B 2014, Speaking up for patient safety by hospital-based health care professionals: a literature review,BMC health services research, vol. 14,no.1, pp. 61-67.Practice guidelinesThese are standards set up by internationally approved organizations such as The AustralianCommission on Safety and Quality in Healthcare. These standards set up the variety of ways inwhich various nursing practices should be undertaken to prevent medical malpractices whichmay affect the health of patients. The secondary literature sources which talk about the practiceguidelines include: 1.Dougherty, L and Lister, S eds 2015,The Royal Marsden manual of clinical nursingprocedures, John Wiley & Sons, pp. 971-992.2.Schickedanz, A, Huang, D, Lopez, A, Cheung, E, Lyles, CR, Bodenheimer, T and Sarkar,U, 2013, Access, interest, and attitudes toward electronic communication for health careamong patients in the medical safety net,Journal of general internal medicine, vol. 28, no.7, pp. 914-920.Clinical protocols or guidelinesJust like practice guidelines, the clinical protocols or guidelines are standards set up byinternationally approved organizations such as The Australian Commission on Safety andQuality in Healthcare. These standards set up the variety of ways in which various nursingpractices should be undertaken to prevent medical malpractices which may affect the health ofpatients. The secondary literature sources talking about the clinical protocols or guidelinesinclude:
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