Healthcare Communication Review
Last updated: January 10, 2013
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Volume 12, Number 1 (Winter/Spring 2012)
Theme: Infectious Diseases - No Professional Supplement
Volume 11, Number 2 (Summer/Fall 2011)
Theme: Health Reform - No Professional Supplement
Volume 9, Number 2 - SORRY, NO ISSUE
Volume 5, Number 1 (Winter/Spring 2005)
Theme: Health Insurance and the Cost of Care
Award-winning issue! - No Professional Supplement
Volume 4, Number 1 (Winter/Spring 2004)
Theme: Managing Surgery and Hospital Stays
The Surgeon-Patient Relationship: An Interview With Sheldon M. Feldman, MD
Deciding About Surgery
Choosing Surgeons and Settings
Thinking About Anesthesia
Preparing for Surgery and Recovery
Two Book Reviews -- Regarding Ways to Promote Healing
Help Me to Heal By Bernie Siegel, MD and Yosaif August
Questions for Quiet Times By Dillon Woods
Costs of Surgery and Hospital Care
Hospital Patient Representatives
Volume 3, Number 2 (July 2003)
Theme: Understanding and Managing Medications
"Take One Pill Every...": Questions to Ask, Things to Do
Medication Management Charts: 8½ x 11, 8½ x 14
Pharmacists: Members of the Team An Interview With Bill Sheeley, R.Ph.
Book Review -- Worst Pills Best Pills: A Consumer's Guide to Avoiding Drug-Induced Death or Illness (with Companion for Use With the 1999 Edition).
Book Review -- The Intelligent Patient's Guide to the Doctor-Patient Relationship: Learning How to Talk so Your Doctor Will Listen
Your Medications: Working With Doctors to Find the Right "Fit"
Children and Meds: Building Responsible Patients
Checking Out Dietary Supplements
Cost and Quality Concerns: Seeking Answers and Solutions
Volume 3, Number 1 (January 2003)
Theme: Understanding and Managing Women’s Health Concerns
Care, Information, Support: Local and Regional Resources for Women and Their Families
Finding Mother-Friendly Childbirth Across All Birth Options
Book Review -- Otherwise Healthy: A Planner to Focus Your Thoughts on Organizing Life After Being Diagnosed With Breast Cancer
Thinking About Genetic Testing for Breast Cancer
Unexpected Findings About Hormone Replacement Therapy: What's a Woman to Do?
The National Women's Health Resources Center (The NWHRC)
Getting the Picture: Online, Interactive Tutorials
Volume 2, Number 2 (July 2002)
Theme: Understanding and Managing Cancer
Cancer Care and the Primary Care Practitioner: An Interview With Donna Siegel, PA
Eight Communication Ideas, from Where the Souls Meet: Caring For the Seriously Ill
Information Resource: Hospital Libraries and Loansome Doc (R)
Understanding Cancer: A Patient's Guide to Diagnosis, Prognosis and Treatment (1998)
Aftershock: From Cancer Diagnosis to Healing: A step-by-step guide to help you navigate your way (2007)
Volume 2, Number 1 (January 2002)
Theme: Building Relationships and Trust
Stories of Reaching Out: Building Relationships and Trust
The Future of Trust in the Doctor-Patient Relationship
Information Resource: Public Libraries
Volume 1, Number 2 (July 2001)
Theme: Making Healthcare Decisions
Communication: What's the Big Deal?
Making Healthcare Decisions
The Three Tasks of Information Seeking
Doctor-Patient Negotiation: A Problem-Solving Exercise (with negotiation tips)
Volume 1, Number 1 (January 2001)
Theme: Patient Activation
Medical Decisionmaking: Models of the Doctor-Patient Relationship
On Building Doctor-Patient Relationships
Making a List and Checking it Twice
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