L’ESLA, l’association européenne des associations de logopèdes dont nous faisons partie, vous propose de participer à une enquête en ligne visant à mieux comprendre les expériences vécues par les professionnelles de santé lors de conversations difficultés, comme l’annonce de mauvaises nouvelles.
L’enquête est en anglais et est complétée par 4 modules de ressources en ligne (30 minutes chacun) offrant une formation sur cette thématique.
We are investigating the experiences of allied health professionals having difficult conversations, such as breaking bad news, with clients and have developed a new e-training package to support this.
We would like to offer you the opportunity to take part in the research study and to access the e-training which supports having difficult conversations in clinical practice.
If you are an allied health professional and are interested in taking part, please read the attached participant information sheet.
- After reading it, if you are still interested please click here to complete a survey which will take about 10 minutes. This survey was also distributed a few months ago so if you have already completed it please do not complete it again.
After completing the survey you can access the e-training resource to support allied health students and professionals in breaking bad news to clients. Following completing the resource your learning will be measured as part of the study.
- Please make sure you have completed the survey above before accessing the e-training below. Each module takes about 30 minutes. You must complete all four modules and the pre-training and post-training surveys contained in the modules.
You can access the modules by clicking on the links below:
Module 1: Better communication
Module 3: Difficult conversations 1
Module 4: Difficult conversations 2
If you would like any more information about the study or have any questions, please contact Dr John Lancaster (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thank you for taking the time to consider participating in the study.
Dr John Lancaster (Manchester Metropolitan University)
Dr Stephen Walsh (Manchester Metropolitan University)
Owen Ledbetter (Nuffield Health)