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How to Break Bad News : A Guide for Health Care Professionals
Robert A. Buckman, M.D., Ph.D. (1948 - 2011) with contributions by Yvonne Kason, M.D.
Johns Hopkins University Press / Softcover / Jul 1992
9780801844911 (ISBN-10: 0801844916)
Mind & Body
price: $36.95 (may be subject to change)
240 pages
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"An expert in breaking bad news is not someone who gets it right every time; she or he is merely someone who gets it wrong less often, and who is less flustered when things do not go smoothly." -- from the Introduction

"This short, easy—to—read book... has a great potential to improve the way clinicians understand the process of breaking bad news. The book features clear writing, believable examples, and practical suggestions... Clinicians of every specialty and skill level will benefit from How to Break Bad News. Further, it should be required reading for all medical students and residents who plan to take care of people." -- Annals of Internal Medicine

"In his fine book, Robert Buckman... presents a well—organized, thoughtful, and readily assimilated approach to breaking bad news... At last, we have a wise, useful, readable textbook on the communication of unpleasant information... Buckman has treated an enormously important and complex topic in a sensible, practical, and engaging fashion. Sophisticated concepts are put forth concisely, clearly, and simply, with relatively little jargon... This thoughtful and stimulating presentation will be appreciated by all clinicians faced with the difficult task of sharing bad news." -- New England Journal of Medicine

"This is an exceptional and important book that excels in its organization, readability, practicality, value, and relevance to family medicine... The book would be helpful (and should be required reading) for health professions students, residents, and junior practitioners of all specialties, but the text is so practical that even seasoned clinicians (perhaps unaware of suboptimal communication styles) would benefit." -- Family Medicine

"An expert in breaking bad news is not someone who gets it right every time; she or he is merely someone who gets it wrong less often, and who is less flustered when things do not go smoothly." -- from the Introduction
Dr. Robert Buckman is a medical cancer specialist and the author of I Don't Know What to Say: How to Help and Support Someone Who Is Dying, and What You Really Need to Know about Cancer: A Comprehensive Guide for Patients and Their Families, the latter available from Johns Hopkins.

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