Suzanne kurtz phd communication is founding director of the clinical communication program and clinical professor at the college of veterinary medicine washington state university usa she is the author with jonathan silverman and juliet draper of skills for communicating with patients . The importance of communication skills in veterinary medicine karen schuder edd mdiv mam when it comes to professional success there are few things as important as the ability to communicate. The unique evidence based skills for communicating in veterinary medicine opens the gate in one sentence for understanding communication and developing ownership of this essential veterinary skill without a trace of a doubt communication is an essential clinical skill without which excellent veterinary medicine is virtually impossible. Communication skills used during the veterinary medical interview as veterinary scholars become increasingly aware of the need for strong communication skills in veterinary medicine. The recognition that communication skills are as important in veterinary medicine as they are in human medicine and therefore must be taught in veterinary curricula is a relatively new concept and research is limited 1 by contrast there is a substantial body of literature in human medicine spanning several decades 2 in human medicine
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