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10 Minutes to Better Patient Communication

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This podcast gives physicians tools and information that you can use to improve your patient communication and education. Today, with your next patient. I take one communication question or issue that doctors have raised, dig deeper into it with some research, then give you a strategy that you can use in your practice today. And I do it all in about 10 minutes. Show notes and research references at healthcommunicationpartners.com

Latest Episodes

Health literacy as an interaction, Part 1

One of the important developments in health literacy research is the shift toward approaching health literacy as an interaction. This can sound a bit challenging, but fear not! In this episode, you’ll learn about one remarkable person, and one powerful, nearly century-old concept, that can help you understand health literacy as an interaction. EPISODE TRANSCRIPT [...]

10 MIN1 d ago
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Health literacy as an interaction, Part 1

Dr. Paul Ranelli on “Giving and gathering” information

Time is always a factor for health providers, and Pharmacists are no exception. In this episode, Dr. Paul Ranelli from the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy s Duluth Campus tells us about one concept that helps him and his students get the most out of their time with patients–even if they only get a minute! You [...]

8 MIN2 w ago
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Dr. Paul Ranelli on “Giving and gathering” information

Mental health stigma and our everyday language

Stigma is created and perpetuated partially through everyday language. Learn about steps to help you be aware of the terms you use around mental health. Image by Silentpilot from Pixabay EPISODE TRANSCRIPT Hi. This is 10 Minutes to Better Patient Communication from Health Communication Partners. I m Dr. Anne Marie Liebel. Earlier this week I was [...]

10 MINSEP 20
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Mental health stigma and our everyday language

[Rebroadcast] Why talking about unconscious bias can make people nervous

Right now, I’m supporting the folks at Cleveland Clinic in their ongoing work addressing bias. I thought this would be a good time to replay an early episode, where I talk about some of what I’ve learned over the years about people’s fears around addressing bias. Episode transcript Hi. This is 10 minutes to Better [...]

10 MINSEP 6
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[Rebroadcast] Why talking about unconscious bias can make people nervous

Building BRIDGES

Communicating and working across differences is tough, no matter who you are. In this episode you’ll learn about Building BRIDGES – what we do, how we do it, and why. EPISODE TRANSCRIPT Hi, this is 10 Minutes to Better Patient Communication from Health Communication Partners. I m Dr. Anne Marie Liebel. In this podcast series, and [...]

10 MINAUG 23
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Building BRIDGES

Two ways to improve the metaphors you use

Metaphors are everywhere in healthcare. They’re powerful teaching tools and memory aids. But are you saying what you think you’re saying? In this episode, I m giving you two tools to help you think about the metaphors you use, so you can have a better chance of giving the message you want to give. Image by John Hain from [...]

9 MINAUG 9
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Two ways to improve the metaphors you use

The story of our first 50 podcast episodes

It’s the 50th episode of 10 Minutes to Better Patient Communication! What happens when two complete podcast newbies start a series? How did we make it to 50 episodes on different topics? Go behind the scenes to hear our story, and what’s coming next. EPISODE TRANSCRIPT Hi, this is 10 Minutes to Better Patient Communication [...]

11 MINJUL 26
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The story of our first 50 podcast episodes

Dr. Ann Ancona on communication when the patient’s a provider

I interview Dr. Ann Ancona about a specific communication challenge she faces as a provider and an educator: communication when the patient (or parent) is a medical professional. You’ll learn why this can be a problem, what can go wrong, and what to keep in mind the next time you’re communicating with a patient or [...]

10 MINJUL 12
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Dr. Ann Ancona on communication when the patient’s a provider

What does “healthy” mean to your patient or client?

You have information that will help your patients be healthier. But what about when you have differences of opinion on what healthy means? In this episode, I m diving into these differences. And you’ll learn how to keep differences from getting in the way, when they occur between you and your patient. EPISODE TRANSCRIPT As providers, you [...]

11 MINJUN 28
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What does “healthy” mean to your patient or client?

3 Questions to help you evaluate the emotional impact of your words

Emotion always comes into interpersonal communication. This episode focuses on the emotional impact you want your words to have when you re communicating with a patient or client–and the words and phrases you’re using to make it happen. You’ll learn 3 questions that’ll help you dig into the how and why of your affective communication. EPISODE [...]

10 MINJUN 14
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3 Questions to help you evaluate the emotional impact of your words
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Latest Episodes

Health literacy as an interaction, Part 1

One of the important developments in health literacy research is the shift toward approaching health literacy as an interaction. This can sound a bit challenging, but fear not! In this episode, you’ll learn about one remarkable person, and one powerful, nearly century-old concept, that can help you understand health literacy as an interaction. EPISODE TRANSCRIPT [...]

10 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Health literacy as an interaction, Part 1

Dr. Paul Ranelli on “Giving and gathering” information

Time is always a factor for health providers, and Pharmacists are no exception. In this episode, Dr. Paul Ranelli from the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy s Duluth Campus tells us about one concept that helps him and his students get the most out of their time with patients–even if they only get a minute! You [...]

8 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Dr. Paul Ranelli on “Giving and gathering” information

Mental health stigma and our everyday language

Stigma is created and perpetuated partially through everyday language. Learn about steps to help you be aware of the terms you use around mental health. Image by Silentpilot from Pixabay EPISODE TRANSCRIPT Hi. This is 10 Minutes to Better Patient Communication from Health Communication Partners. I m Dr. Anne Marie Liebel. Earlier this week I was [...]

10 MINSEP 20
Comments
Mental health stigma and our everyday language

[Rebroadcast] Why talking about unconscious bias can make people nervous

Right now, I’m supporting the folks at Cleveland Clinic in their ongoing work addressing bias. I thought this would be a good time to replay an early episode, where I talk about some of what I’ve learned over the years about people’s fears around addressing bias. Episode transcript Hi. This is 10 minutes to Better [...]

10 MINSEP 6
Comments
[Rebroadcast] Why talking about unconscious bias can make people nervous

Building BRIDGES

Communicating and working across differences is tough, no matter who you are. In this episode you’ll learn about Building BRIDGES – what we do, how we do it, and why. EPISODE TRANSCRIPT Hi, this is 10 Minutes to Better Patient Communication from Health Communication Partners. I m Dr. Anne Marie Liebel. In this podcast series, and [...]

10 MINAUG 23
Comments
Building BRIDGES

Two ways to improve the metaphors you use

Metaphors are everywhere in healthcare. They’re powerful teaching tools and memory aids. But are you saying what you think you’re saying? In this episode, I m giving you two tools to help you think about the metaphors you use, so you can have a better chance of giving the message you want to give. Image by John Hain from [...]

9 MINAUG 9
Comments
Two ways to improve the metaphors you use

The story of our first 50 podcast episodes

It’s the 50th episode of 10 Minutes to Better Patient Communication! What happens when two complete podcast newbies start a series? How did we make it to 50 episodes on different topics? Go behind the scenes to hear our story, and what’s coming next. EPISODE TRANSCRIPT Hi, this is 10 Minutes to Better Patient Communication [...]

11 MINJUL 26
Comments
The story of our first 50 podcast episodes

Dr. Ann Ancona on communication when the patient’s a provider

I interview Dr. Ann Ancona about a specific communication challenge she faces as a provider and an educator: communication when the patient (or parent) is a medical professional. You’ll learn why this can be a problem, what can go wrong, and what to keep in mind the next time you’re communicating with a patient or [...]

10 MINJUL 12
Comments
Dr. Ann Ancona on communication when the patient’s a provider

What does “healthy” mean to your patient or client?

You have information that will help your patients be healthier. But what about when you have differences of opinion on what healthy means? In this episode, I m diving into these differences. And you’ll learn how to keep differences from getting in the way, when they occur between you and your patient. EPISODE TRANSCRIPT As providers, you [...]

11 MINJUN 28
Comments
What does “healthy” mean to your patient or client?

3 Questions to help you evaluate the emotional impact of your words

Emotion always comes into interpersonal communication. This episode focuses on the emotional impact you want your words to have when you re communicating with a patient or client–and the words and phrases you’re using to make it happen. You’ll learn 3 questions that’ll help you dig into the how and why of your affective communication. EPISODE [...]

10 MINJUN 14
Comments
3 Questions to help you evaluate the emotional impact of your words
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