Putting the patient's perspective front and center during a clinical session can be easier said than done.
It requires determination as well as the ability to replace new counseling techniques with traditional consultation practices. It also requires a readiness to reflect on one's performance and consider how it can be improved.
On top of all this, you may feel that you have less and less time for self-improvement and professional development in the course of your busy day.
The tools in this section can help you re-think your current way of managing consultation sessions.
They can help you draw valuable lessons when observing others engage in new counseling techniques and when discussing similar challenges with colleagues.
Moreover, the tools can help you develop as a professional and provide excellent, patient-centered care to a range of different hearing loss patients.
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