Real talk facilitator manual: Engaging patients with end of life talk

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Parry, Ruth, Whittaker, Becky, Pino, Marco, Land, Vicky, Jenkins, Laura, Faull, Victoria, Feathers, Luke and Watson, Sharan 2020. Real talk facilitator manual: Engaging patients with end of life talk.
AuthorsParry, Ruth, Whittaker, Becky, Pino, Marco, Land, Vicky, Jenkins, Laura, Faull, Victoria, Feathers, Luke and Watson, Sharan
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Video-based communication training Engaging patients in end of life talk. ‘Real Talk’ is a novel and flexible communication training resource designed to use in face-to-face training events. It features real-life video recordings of UK hospice care, and learning points based on cutting-edge communication science. Real Talk has been developed as part of a research programme, and aims to enhance the quality and effectiveness of evidence-based communication skills training in the area of end of life care. The research programme is called VERDIS, which refers to video-based research and training on supportive and end of life care interactions.

Keywordsvideo clips; communication skills; end of life talk; empathy; education and training
ISBN9781916071629
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10545/624832
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ContributorsLoughborough University, LOROS Hospice and University of Derby
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