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La percezione di autoefficacia nella comunicazione con il paziente: uno studio esplorativo tra i medici ospedalieri campani
Author/s: Vincenza Capone 
Year:  2009 Issue: Language: Italian 
Pages:  17 Pg. 81-97 FullText PDF:  110 KB
DOI:  10.3280/PDS2009-002006
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Doctor’s self-efficacy perception in communication with patient: a survey among Campanian hospital doctors - Self-efficacy beliefs are an important basis for action: to analyze physicians’ and patients’ communicative self-efficacy perception is the first step to understand how they relate. However, in the literature, there aren’t specific studies on the subject. In light of this background a survey was conducted, which aims to explore specific issues within doctor-patient relationship, in the eyes of hospital doctors, with the aim of investigating their communicative self-efficacy beliefs and the role they attribute to communication. Twenty hospital doctors working in five public Campanian hospitals were interviewed. Through a computerassisted qualitative data analysis the contents of the transcripts of the interviews were analysed. The results of this study contribute to bring new conceptual topics to the research on the subject and to outline the methodological framework against which to build an instrument for assessing doctor’s communicative self-efficacy; finally, in a operational dimension, they will encourage the creation of targeted training

Key words: doctor-patient communication, communication self-efficacy, hospital, interview, computer assisted qualitative data analysis

Parole chiave: comunicazione m-p, percezioni di autoefficacia comunicativa, ospedale, intervista, analisi del testo software-assistita

Vincenza Capone, in "PSICOLOGIA DELLA SALUTE" 2/2009, pp. 81-97, DOI:10.3280/PDS2009-002006


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