Data from The British Medical Journal - Curated by EPG Health - Last updated 25 April 2017

Accrediting Body

Union of European Medical Specialists (via European Accreditation Council for CME)

Expected length

30 minutes

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This module should help you to:

  • Develop an approach to breaking bad news that encourages an individual response which is unique to the needs of each patient
  • Provide strategies to help the patient identify and address those complex feelings, concerns, and fears created by bad news
  • Develop skills in developing a plan that covers common ground and incorporates clinical realities with the values of the patient
  • Use time effectively to lead to better understanding and improved patient care.

Category Value
Expiry date 08-Aug-17
Credit type Credit
Registration with provider required Yes
Certificate available Yes
Author(s) Forrest Lang
Multi session No
Intended audience(s) General Practitioner, Psychologist, Physiotherapist, Physician Assistant, Pharmacist, Osteopath, Optician/ ophthalmologist, Occupational Health Therapist, Nurse/Advanced Practice Nurse, Nutritionist/Dietician, Chiropractor, Dentist, Midwife, Medical Student, Specialist, Social Worker

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