By Jonathan Silverman
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14 Skills for communicating with patients An overall curriculum of doctor–patient communication skills The process, content and perceptual skills described in the preceding section provide a broad frame of reference to work from. But what exactly are the specific skills of doctor–patient communication? How can we define the individual skills that we wish to include in the curriculum? How do we make them more readily accessible to facilitators and learners so that they can understand the extent of the overall curriculum?
1 introduces two changes in the enhanced Calgary–Cambridge Guides. Instead of mapping communication only, the guides now include physical examination as one of five key tasks that physicians tend to carry out in temporal sequence during a full medical interview. Depicting physical examination in its appropriate place in the sequence reflects what happens in real-life interviews and enables learners to see the fit between physical examination and the other communication tasks more readily. The second change sharpens the distinction between the five tasks that are performed more or less in sequence in medical interviews and the two that occur as continuous threads throughout the interview – namely, building the relationship and structuring the interview.