||The Nature of Professionalism and Professional Communication -- Learning as They Change Rules: The Many Faces of Clinical Practicum -- Ethics, Confidentiality, and Safeguarding Clinical Communications -- Documentation and Technical Writing -- Diagnostic Reports -- Treatment Documentation -- Short-Term Progress Reports -- Long-Term Progress Reports -- Professional Correspondence -- Interacting with Clients and Families -- Interacting with Other Professionals -- Interacting with Individuals from Diverse Backgrounds -- Interacting with Supervisors.
||"In Professional Communication in Speech-Language Pathology: How to Write, Talk, and Act Like a Clinician, Fourth Edition, the authors introduce student clinicians to the various types of written and verbal communication they will encounter across three different clinical settings: university clinics, medical settings, and public schools. The text is written in a student-friendly manner, with appendices that provide examples of diagnostic and treatment reports, data sheets, and important acronyms in medical and school settings. Chapters cover verbal interactions with families, allied professionals, and supervisors, as well as written and verbal communication across the university, medical, and school settings. Also included are scenarios written in the form of vignettes that address issues of ethics, interviewing, and procedures for managing protected health information"-- Provided by publisher.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|Source of description||Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on June 22, 2020).|
|Issued in other form||Print version: Burrus, A. Embry. Professional communication in speech-language pathology. Fourth edition. San Diego, CA : Plural Publishing, Inc.,  9781635501681|
|ISBN||9781635501773 electronic book|
|ISBN||1635501776 electronic book|