We encourage you to join EACH to help promote effective healthcare Communication throughout the world.
EACH members significantly contribute to the body of evidence and best practices in research, education and implementing effective communication in healthcare for learners, clinicians and health care system.
Through EACH, you can learn from and contribute to improving communication in your own workplace country or sphere of influence as well as throughout the world.
EACH and its members work together to:
- Promote effective, patient-centered and evidence-based healthcare communication
- provide expertise, resource and skills for health communication education, research and practice
- Encourage networking between healthcare communication professionals to provide advice and cooperation on health communication projects and education
tEACH has collected and developed videos that can gbe used in teaching communication skills of health care learners
Members have access to the full resource database, but if you aren't member, have a look at the sample tools, including the latest calgary cambridge video.Find Out More
We hope that you find this page useful to find and share resources for healthcare communication during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This page points you to existing resources, EACH resources and also opportunities where you can share your experiences or concerns within our friendly & supportive community.
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Evidence produced by high-quality research is vital to ensure good communication is used effectively to deliver the best healthcare outcomes for all health service users and staff.
The scope of healthcare communication research is broad.
Policy and Practice Resources
Our mission, since 2015, has been to ensure that the high quality of healthcare for our communities is underpinned by equally high-quality policy and clinical practice informed by existing evidence regarding healthcare communication.Find Out More
rEACH connectivity webinar, Think conceptually, apply contextually, act convincingly, apply communication science to clinical communication.
February 1, 2023
Facilitator - Richard Stree 22 February 5pm GMT Visit the website for more details