In a world of texting, social media, and countless other means of communication, a look at the future of email
Articles tagged with "communication"
Encouraging communication at all levels is a cornerstone of medical education—and patient safety
How to prepare an effective talk and engage your audience
A new online tool helps clinicians better communicate with patients and caregivers when something goes wrong with a patient’s care.
Oncologists are tethered to the insatiable emotional demands of a needy patient population
A panel of experts at the Triological Society Annual Meeting discussed the importance of communication and transparency as the industry shifts toward a new risk-based payment model
Instant messaging, texting, oral interpretation, other non-clinical tools have made referrals, surgery easier for deaf, hard of hearing otolaryngologists
Some segments of the industry have established intranets, private Websites designed to enhance information sharing within the organization
Good communication skills, clinical experience, and board certification also on checklist of recruiters looking to fill physician executive roles
Born in Council Bluffs, Iowa, Patrick Edgar Brookhouser, MD, grew up in Missouri Valley, Iowa, where he graduated valedictorian from the local high school. His intellect and natural curiosity earned him numerous academic awards, and he graduated from Creighton University summa cum laude and from Johns Hopkins Medical School as a member of Alpha Omega Alpha.