Medical Communication in the Asia Context

Special Issue of Journal of Asian Pacific Communication 20:2 (2010)

Editors
M. Agnes Kang | University of Hong Kong
ORCID logoOlga Zayts-Spence | University of Hong Kong
[Journal of Asian Pacific Communication, 20:2] 2010.  vi, 166 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction
Communication in healthcare settings: Interactional perspectives from Asia
Olga Zayts-Spence and M. Agnes Kang
165–168
Medical Communication in the Asia Context
Patient participation within a globalised patient population: Interactional difficulties in a prenatal counseling context in Hong Kong
M. Agnes Kang and Olga Zayts-Spence
169–184
‘Reassuring’ during clinical examinations: Novice and expert talk in dentistry
S. Bridges, C. McGrath, C.K.Y. Yiu and B.S.S. Cheng
185–206
Giving instruction on self-care during midwifery consultations in Japan
Michie Kawashima
207–225
Establishing solidarity in radio phone-in medical consultation in China: A case study
Yu Guodong
226–242
Information delivery in prenatal genetic counseling: On the role of initial inquiries
Olga Zayts-Spence and M. Agnes Kang
243–259
Patient participation: Questions asked by Cantonese- and English-speaking patients in a prenatal genetic counselling clinic in Hong Kong
Wei Zhang
260–278
Presenting medical knowledge in multilingual context: Southern Min, Mandarin, and English in health education talks in Taiwan
Mei-hui Tsai
279–302
Commentary
Paul Drew
303–305
Article
Multicultural groups in decision-making meetings: Language proficiency and group performance
Jolanta Aritz and Robyn C. Walker
307–321
Book Review
Review of Lam (2005): Language Education in China. Policy and Experience from 1949
Reviewed by Björn H. Jernudd
323–325
List of Reviewers
327
Contents of Volume 20
329–330
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