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A Sequential Analysis of Treatment Recommendations in Medical Encounters: A Conversation Analytic Approach

Author: YangYanPing
Tutor: WuYaXin
School: Shanxi University
Course: Foreign Linguistics and Applied Linguistics
Keywords: Doctor-patient communication Conversation Analysis Recommendations for treatment sequence structure Turn design
CLC: H08
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2009
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In China, the tension in the doctor-patient relationship has become a prominent social problem, medical disputes have occurred. The data show that this phenomenon is mainly attributed to the lack of communication between doctors and patients. Therefore, the search for effective ways to communicate imminent. Medical clinic, communication between doctors and patients to the discovery of the disease and seek treatment program, and ultimately achieve the purpose of treating disease. By analogy, given treatment proposal stage exchange is particularly important, in the various stages of the doctor-patient communication, which related to the success of the physician-patient communication. Therefore, the study has great significance for the promotion of physician-patient communication and improve relations between the doctor-patient treatment recommendations stage conversation. The foreign study treatment recommendations to study medicine and Conversation Analysis. Subjective and objective impact factors the former focuses doctor put forward recommendations for treatment and patient response; the latter Communication of doctors and third-party, the corpus also limited to English. Little research on doctor-patient communication, conversation analysis point of view the study of physician-patient communication stage of treatment recommendations are even scarcer. Based on this, this paper focuses on doctor-patient communication recommendations for treatment phase, aims to promote the doctors and patients to communicate effectively, thereby improving the doctor-patient relationship. For objective research recommendations for treatment phase of doctor-patient communication mode based on 240 physician-patient communication, recording and transcription of conversation analysis research methods to study the recommendations for treatment sequence, and doctor-patient communication constitutes its then-wheel design. The main task of the stages of treatment recommendations proposed giving. Based on the corpus, we found that the treatment recommended or initiated by the patient, or initiated by a doctor. The difference between the two is that the degree of participation of the patient. (1) In patients initiated treatment recommendations, the doctor will make the appropriate feedback based on the location and initiate initiated. (2) corpus show that most of the recommendations for treatment are initiated by a doctor. Doctor initiated treatment recommendations, generally there will be at least a suggestion - accept / oppose \The doctor will give advice before the expansion, in order to ensure that the patients received subsequent treatment recommendations. The doctor gives advice, will adopt a different way, then wheel design. Treatment recommendations are given in a doctor, patients can either accept or reservations. When patients received, they usually use the priority structural design Turn. The minimum after expansion of the doctors sometimes followed to end the sequence. Patients reservations, they usually remain silent in the feedback position or structure in the expansion before feedback is given to the use of non-priority. When patients receiving treatment recommendations than doctors originally, doctors usually patient feedback non-minimum after the expansion. Recommendations for treatment sequence above appear way to build and medicine, suffering from specific words wheel design article also further explanation. In short, doctor-patient communication, the treatment proposal stage is a very important part. In this paper, the method of conversation analysis of its sequence structure analysis, by a more objective understanding of the sequence patterns, structural features and linguistic characteristics of the structure of this sequence, which provide guidance for the practice of medicine and teaching for understanding doctor-patient communication, improve doctor-patient relationship opens up the road.

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