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The Story in Emergency Room

发表时间:2016-04-10用户:文字君阅读:748
    In her early days as an emergency room physician, Doctor Joanna Myer treated a child who had suffered a second degree burn. After the child had been treated and was being prepared fordischarge1. Doctor Myer talked to the parents about how they should care for the child at home. Also listening to her were a half a dozen other family members. A few hours later, when she came to say goodbye, the family asked her to settle an argument they'd been having over exactly what advice she had given. "As I talked to them. I wasamazed2." she said. "All of them had heard the simple instructions I have given just a few hours before, but they have three or four differentversion3.The most basic details were unclear and confusing.I was surprised, because these were intelligent people." Thisepisode4gave Doctor Myer her first clue to something every doctor learns sooner or later - most people just don't listen very well. Nowadays, she says she repeats her instruction, and even conduct a reality check with some patients. She asks them to tell her what they think they are supposed to do. She also provides take-home sheets which are computer printouts tailored to the patients'situation. Doctor Myer's listeners are not unusual. When new or difficult material is presented, almost all listeners are faced with the challenge because human speech lacks thestability5and permanence of the printed word.Oral communication is fast-moving andimpermanent.
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