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Document Typology: Web Article
Methodology addressed by the publication:Narrative medicine
Title of document: Psychology of motivation in doctor - patient relationship
Name of author(s): Adrian Copcea
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Language of the publication: Romanian
Language of the review: English
This article describes a training course on topics of public speaking, psychology of persuasion and branding in a medical symposium held in Sibiu. Guest, Andy Szekely spoke as communication trainer, on practical ways to build a good doctor-patient relationship based on certain patterns of patient motivation.
Some of the topics discussed at the conference were: personality types and implications by reference to objectives and / or path to the goal: procedural pattern and optional pattern, types of motivation and ways of implementation of the knowledge of these patterns in the consultation: motivation through the internal / external filter (with fundamental association between internal filter and quality of 'expert'), ways of motivation through approaching the purpose versus avoiding inconveniences (with references to the importance of doubling positive thinking with preventive thinking).
A separate chapter was devoted to public speaking and how to establish a constructive relationship between speaker and audience.
The topics presented subscribe the domain called neuro-linguistic programming.
Reviewer's comments on the document:
The article refers to the importance of a good doctor-patient relationships, achieved through an adequate communication, and it highlights the practical ways to build a good doctor-patient relationships, according to certain patterns of patient motivation.
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