Overcoming Communication Barriers

of Family Centered Care

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In this episode, Dr. Dickey:

  • Describes the origins of the Narrative Initiative
  • Defines patient and family centered care
  • Discusses how language in communication affects those we’re communicating with
  • Discusses the impact of tone and body language in communication
  • Provides examples of best practices of how to communicate with parents in the NICU
  • Defines the "sweet spot of communication"
  • Describes ways that NICU professionals can find commonality with NICU parents
  • Disucsses the importance of "focusing on the process, not the outcome"


The Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify the three components of family centered care
  2. Define the "sweet spot" of communication

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Dr. Loraine Dickey
Dr. Loraine Dickey

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