The Discourse of Hospital Communication: Tracing Complexities in Contemporary Health Care Organizations
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The Discourse of Hospital Communication: Tracing Complexities in Contemporary Health Care Organizations

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ISBN-13:
9781403998484
Einband:
Buch
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.02.2007
Seiten:
275
Autor:
R. Iedema
Gewicht:
454 g
Format:
216x137x20 mm
Serie:
Palgrave Studies in Profession
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Original empirical research provides rich resource for students and researchers
Foreword Notes on Contributors Tables and Figures Communicating Hospital Work; R.Iedema Institutional and Professional Orders of Ethics in the Discourse Practices of Research Recruitment in Oncology; E.Barton The Communicative Functions of the Hospital Medical Chart; P.Hobbs Governing the Operating Room List; R.Riley & E.Manias Dialogues for Negotiating Priorities in Unplanned Emergency Surgery Queues; M.Lum & A.Fitzgerald Personality Disorder in UK Mental Health Care: Language, Legitimation and the Psychodynamics of Organised Surveillance; B.J.Brown & P.Crawford Re-negotiating Disjunctions in Inter-organisationally Provided Care; H.Kerosuo Anaesthetic Talk in Surgical Encounters; C.Pope, M.Mort, D.Goodwin & A.Smith Corridor Conversations: Clinical Communication in Casual Spaces; D.Long, R.Iedema & B.B.Lee The Role of Signs and Representations in the Organisation of Medical Work: X-rays in Medical Problem Solving; P.Maseide Why Don't Doctors Engage with the System?; C.Jorm, J.Travaglia & R.Iedema Nursing Through Time and Space: Some Challenges to the Construct of Community of Practice; S.Candlin & C.N.Candlin
Bringing together recent international research in the field of hospital communication and interaction, the contributors to this book contextualize clinical professional work by focussing on the rising intensity of information and communication practices in organizations generally, and in health care in particular.