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D'ya Get Me, Doc? Paperback – 30 Apr 2017
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The communities and cultures in which we live in the 21st century contain a richly diverse population, and the language we use reflects this. Some of the 'non-standard' words and terms can leave us bewildered and confused, and it can be a real barrier to being an effective communicator in everyday contexts. This is often pronouncedly felt in professions involving caring for others; medical roles such as doctors, nurses, and carer assistants. Are you a nurse wishing to improve your grasp of the diverse every day English used in conversing with your patients? Are you a nurse who wishes to improve communication with your patients, to help ensure higher levels of safety and competence? If the answer is yes, then this could be the book for you! Clear narrative between nurses and their patients is vital in ensuring patient care, safety and wellbeing. This book aims to give nurses a comprehensive collection of non-standard English colloquialisms and idioms used in the everyday speech of English speaking people.
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