By Gary McClain, Michelle Buchman
AFTER THE prognosis: HOW sufferers REACT and the way to assist THEM COPE offers readers with sensible, real looking directions that support sufferers harness either emotional and rational strengths as they impart with healthcare pros, assemble info, assessment cures, make educated therapy judgements, and deal with their . AFTER THE analysis is the 1st and in basic terms publication to assist healthcare execs, nurses, physician's assistants, nursing assistants, and people from different allied professions know the way newly clinically determined sufferers react emotionally.
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You know, like how cardiologists generally work with their patients and the recovery process after surgery. Would that be useful? DANTE: I’m not expecting anything less than a miracle! That’s the only way I can get through this. That’s why I’m so excited about getting started. TOM: I’m not suggesting you won’t have a good outcome, Dante. I just wanted to suggest that we go over a few things so that you’ll have a better idea how this process usually works. DANTE: Well . . I guess we could talk a little bit.
As discussed in Chapter 1, health-care professionals should give patients time to sit with, and absorb, their diagnoses. Health-care professionals who push patients too hard or too fast to discuss treatment plans or make treatment decisions risk patients who become defensive and potentially even more resistant to communication. Human beings cannot be forced to take in more information than they can process, and newly diagnosed patients are often initially closed off to information and its implications.
How could each description help the patient better understand the condition? How could each description confuse or upset the patient? CHAPTER 2 Recognizing Initial Coping Styles OV ERVIEW After reading this chapter, you should be able to: • Define and use the keywords of initial coping styles. • Understand how patients react to medical diagnoses, beginning with initial shock and followed by a flight, freeze, or fight reaction. • Recognize the behavioral and emotional cues to patient reactions. • Understand how diagnosis reactions can impact treatment decisions and patient coping.
After the Diagnosis: How Patients React and How to Help Them Cope by Gary McClain, Michelle Buchman