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Buy now. Delivery included to Germany. Bernard Moss author Third editon. Hardback 30 Mar Check for new and used marketplace copies. Communication is an essential part of everyday life. Whether you realise it or not, you, and everyone around you, are continually sending out messages to other people. From the way you chose to dress, to the gestures you make; from the style and choice of language you use, to the company you keep, you are all the time giving out messages for others to interpret.
Sometimes you are heard clearly. Sometimes you are misunderstood. But when communicating with vulnerable people in a health and social care setting being misunderstood really isn't an option. This book is essential reading for anyone working in the helping professions for whom good communication skills are an essential part of their role. Paperback Published 19 Jan Paperback Published 26 Jun Paperback Published 08 Oct Paperback Published 01 Sep Paperback Published 20 Jan Hardback Published 23 Jan Paperback Published 30 Nov Paperback Published 09 Sep Paperback Published 07 Feb Skip Navigation and go to main content Bestsellers Books.
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Organised alphabetically, Moss covers a range of topics. Active listening, empathy and non-verbal communication are among those that you might expect to see in a book of this kind. However, coverage goes well beyond microskills to include broader aspects of working in health and social care, such as reflective practice, supervision and time management. The subjects found in the previous iteration of this book remain, with some minor revisions; references and further reading have of course been updated. Several new topics appear in
Bernard. Moss () and Gault et al. () presented their books on health communication as means to help health care practitioners in performing effective.
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