Communication in the Emergency Service

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As healthcare professionals, we all come across many people in our business life. Sometimes we have difficulties in explaining ourselves to them and sometimes in understanding them. In this module, you will find tips to reduce your communication problems in the emergency room by using the basics of communication skills.

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