PART1 – PHE4030 – Discussion – Patient-Centered Case Studies – 1pg
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For each of the cases you read, write a brief review of the barriers that may be present to understanding information and how the barriers were or were not overcome. Also, discuss how a provider would illustrate each of the three skillsets necessary for patient-centered communication (clinical, communication, and sociocultural competence). Make sure you relate each skillset to the specific recommendations on professional development for providers to gain additional knowledge to work with the patients in these cases.
PHE4030- PART 2 – Project – 2pgs – Emergency Communication Case Studies
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Using the information from the Boston Marathon Bombing and Hurricane Irene in North Carolina, read each case study.
What barriers were identified to message development for each of these case studies?
How was timeliness an issue in each of these case studies? How was it addressed?
What was the call to action (response) for each of these case studies?
How were the seven steps of crisis communication used (or not) in each of these case studies?
What were the similarities between these case studies when it comes to emergency and crisis communication?
What were the differences between these case studies when it comes to emergency and crisis communication?
PART3 – HSC4010 – Discussion – Clinical Trial -1pg
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National Institutes of Health (2007). National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases: Immunizations are discontinued in two HIV vaccine trials. Retrieved from National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Pages/step_statement.aspx.
Using the Internet, research further on the STEP study, the STEP vaccine clinical trials, and their parameters.
Based on your research, understanding, and above information, answer the following questions:
Prior to beginning this study, how would you have described the risks and benefits of the study to participants?
What are the ethical issues surrounding this study at the beginning and when the decision was made to terminate the study?