1. The reason why effective communication is important in the work setting
The Reasons people communication:
According to the article of P. Abbott, et al (2014), they outline the important of having effective communication with a patient in vital, which can lead to accurate, diagnose of the patient medical problems. The effectiveness of communication in a work place help all processes along the strategy chain to function well and adequate feedback is receive to and fro which enhance the workability of the organization in delivering it product and services to its numerous customers. Also, E. Farin et al (2013), highlighted how good communication with a patient in understanding the chronic medical condition of the patient is vital for the medical team to have the correct cure for such patient, is key. Therefore, it is imperative to have an effective communication in place in any organization, which is simple to be transmitted for the intended feedback. Mostly the reason for effective communication is to ensure that there is a clear understand of all messages within the organization which can either be a verbal communication or written communication must be well structured to transmit the exact or intended message to the recipient The other reason for effective communication is to ensure that the intended message is well received and the right feedback is received by the originator of the message.
Patient Preference and Adherence
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According to E. Farin, L. Gramm & E. Schmidt (2013), ‘Predictors of communication preferences in patients with chronic low back pain’, Patient Preference and Adherence
P. Abbott, D. Dave, E. Gordon & J. Reath (2014),’What do GPs need to work more effectively with aboriginal patients? View of Aborignal cultural mentors and health workers’, Australian Family Physician Vol 43, No 1-2