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W9: (W9)
Workshop: Overcoming Resistance in Communication Skills Learners
Anna Sonkina, CHAIKA Clinics Moscow, Russia

Teaching / Assessment

Works in Progress Oral Session 1 (WIP1.2)
Work in Progress: Empowering older people with multimorbidity to improve their communication with healthcare staff
Rebecca Goulding, The University of Manchester, United Kingdom

Research

Works in Progress Oral Session 1 (WIP1.4)
Work in Progress: Barriers and Facilitators for Using Clinical Decision Support Systems: A Systematic Review
Leonie Westerbeek, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands

Research

Works in Progress Oral Session 2 (WIP2.2)
Work in Progress: Pain communication in paediatric rheumatology: A first step into intervention development
Rebecca Lee, The University of Manchester, United Kingdom

Research

Works in Progress Oral Session 2 (WIP2.3)
Work in Progress: Mina and the Dreamland – A serious game to prepare preschool children for anaesthesia
Brynja Ingadottir, University of Iceland and Landspitali University Hospital, Iceland

Research

Works in Progress Oral Session 2 (WIP2.4)
Work in Progress: Accuracy of Metacomprehension Judgements on Health-Related Texts
Sarah Chadwick, Lancaster University, United Kingdom

Research

S4: Tribute Symposium for Hanneke De Haes (S4)
Symposia: How past work can guide current and future research on physician-patient communication: a tribute to Hanneke de Haes
Ellen Smets, ,

Research

W5: (W5)
Workshop: What to Say: Tools for Responding to Patient-Initiated Identity-Based Harrassment
Nkanyezi Ferguson, University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, United States

O7: Research on patient participation (O7.4)
Oral: Validation of a short patient-reported instrument measuring social support provided by nurses
Johanna Lubasch, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Germany

Research

O4: Shared Decision Making (O4.5)
Oral: Successful implementation of communication training for all health professionals in a large hospital
Jette Ammentorp, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark

Research