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1. Types of communication

1.1. Verbal

1.1.1. Talking

1.2. Non-Verbal

1.2.1. Gestures/Body language

1.3. Written

1.3.1. Documneting

1.3.1.1. Legiable

1.3.1.2. Accurate

1.3.1.3. Clinical relevancy

1.3.1.4. Date & Time stamped

1.3.1.5. Consent

1.4. Visual

1.4.1. Observing

2. Definitions

2.1. Communication

2.2. Interpersonal communication

2.2.1. What is it ?

2.2.1.1. Why is it important?

2.3. Communication stratergies

3. Advantage & Disadvantages

3.1. Positive reviews

3.1.1. Evidence

3.2. Negative reviews

3.2.1. Law Suits

3.2.1.1. Evidence

4. Adaptations

4.1. Disability

4.2. Language barrier

4.3. Leymans terms

4.4. Age

4.5. Culture

4.6. Sensory Impairment

5. Important aspects

5.1. Honest

5.1.1. Clear

5.1.1.1. Tone of voice

5.1.2. Accurate

5.2. Listening

5.2.1. Identifying key words

5.3. Body language

5.3.1. Eye contact

5.3.2. Facial expression

5.3.3. Posture

5.4. Speaking

5.4.1. Address in correct manner

5.4.1.1. Mr/Mrs

5.4.1.2. Appropiate

6. Structure

6.1. Sub headings

6.1.1. Communication

6.1.2. Interpersonal Communication

6.1.3. Communication strategies

6.2. Introduction

6.2.1. What is it about?

6.3. Conculsion

6.3.1. Findings

6.3.2. Exlapnation

6.4. Pharaphrasing

6.4.1. Quotes

6.4.2. Opinions

6.4.3. Comparison

6.5. References

6.5.1. Gocs

6.5.2. Goggle Scholar

6.5.3. APA 7

6.5.4. NHS

7. Strategies

7.1. Illustrations

7.2. Audio

7.3. Demonstration

7.4. Writing