Formal training programs have been created to enhance and measure specific communication skills.Many of these efforts, however, focus on medical schools and early postgraduate years and, therefore, remain isolated in academic settings.They begin by reviewing current data on the benefits of effective communication in the clinical context of physicians caring for patients.The authors then offer specific guidance on how to achieve effective communication in the patient-physician relationship.
As the illness progresses, the person with dementia gradually loses their ability to communicate.
Also, engage and increase collaboration with other internal communicators to learn about their procedures for authentication.
Two – Partner with stakeholders to make sure all requirements for the information were met.
Communicating effectively with a person who has dementia becomes an increasing challenge as the person progressively loses their memory and their ability to organise and express their thoughts.
For many, the loss of recent memory means that the past begins to merge with the present resulting in additional difficulties for family and carers.