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Washer: Clinical Communication Skills

Chapter 07

Byron, M., Howell, C., Bradley, P., Bheenuck, S., Wickham, C., & Curran, T. (2006). Different Differences: Disability equality teaching in healthcare education. Bristol: University of Bristol, University of the West of England and Peninsula Medical School.
http://www.bris.ac.uk/pip/
http://www.bris.ac.uk/pip/framework.pdf

Dalton, P. (1994). Counselling People with Communication Problems. London: Sage Publications.
Link to publisher's website: http://www.sagepub.co.uk/booksProdDesc.nav?prodId=Book204129

Finlay, W., Antaki, C., & Walton, C. (2008). Saying no to the staff: An analysis of refusals in a home for people with severe communication difficulties. Sociology of Health and Illness, 30(1), 55-75.
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Hearing Concern (2006a). Deaf awareness - terminology. London: Hearing Concern.
Not available online

Hearing Concern (2006b). Top ten communication tips to remember when you talk to people who are hard of hearing . London: Hearing Concern.
Not available online

Hicks, G. (2006). Making Contact - A Good Practice Guide: How to involve and communicate with a deafblind person. London: Sense.
Not available online

Kvalsvig, A. (2003). Ask the Elephant. The Lancet, 362(9401), 2079-2080.
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Miller,P., Parker,S., & Gillinson,S. (2004). Disablism: How to tackle the last prejudice. London: Demos.
http://www.demos.co.uk/publications/disablismhttp://www.demos.co.uk/files/disablism.pdf

National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (1997). Aphasia. Bethesda, MD USA: NIDCD.
http://www.nidcd.nih.gov/health/voice/aphasia.asp

Porter ,J., Ouvry, C., Morgan, M., & Downs, C. (2001). Interpreting the communication of people with profound and multiple learning difficulties. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 29 12-16.
[Full text: 10.1046/j.1468-3156.2001.00083.x]

Regnard, C., Reynolds, J., Watson, B., Matthews, D., Gibson, L., & Clarke, C. (2007). Understanding distress in people with severe communication difficulties: Developing and assessing the Disability Distress Assessment Tool (DisDAT). Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 51(4), 277-292.
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RNID (2006). Communication tips for hearing people.
http://www.rnid.org.uk/information_resources/communicating_better/tips_for_hearing_people/

Sense (2003). How do people who are deafblind communicate?: Sense.
http://www.sense.org.uk/publicationslibrary/allpubs/communication/C01.htm

Sense (2006). Communicating with your deafblind patients.
http://www.sense.org.uk/help_and_advice/primary_healthcare_staff/main_methods_communication.htm

Sense and Deafblind UK (2001). Who Cares? Access to Healthcare for Deafblind People. London: Sense and Deafblind UK.
Not available online

The Disability Partnership (2000). One in four of us: The experience of disability. London: The Disability Partnership.
Not available online, but more information at http://www.disabilitypartnership.co.uk/

Thurman, S., Jones, J., & Tarleton, B. (2005). Without words - meaningful information for people with high individual communication needs. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 33 83-89.
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