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# Practice in your head before you go into theroom.
# Take enough time.
# Be sure of the facts.
# Know your patient.
# Create an atmosphere of intimacy:
* use thepatient's name while talking
*concentrate on good eye contact
* speaksoftly and calmly
# Be direct but gentle.
# Be hopeful but not dishonest about theprognosis.
# Explore therapeutic options only if the patient wantsto.
# Remember: Patients (and families) "shut down" when theyhear certain words (cancer, tumor, going to die, aids, multiple sclerosis,paralyzed, can't have children, might not live, nothing more to do, etc.). Theywill appear attentive to what you say, but in actuality they will not haveheard another word after the word they dreaded most to hear. But you may notrealize it.
# It is important to repeat what you have already said indifferent ways and at different times - slowly and patiently. Don't besurprised when they haven't grasped information that appears very clear to youor if they distort things you have said. You're probably dealing with "shutdown".
# Terminate the conversation gently if the patient appearstoo confused or upset by the news you have just given.
# Promise to come back later in the day or the evening totalk more about it. Try very hard to keep your promise.
# Don't be afraid of your own fears of death anddying.
# Don't be afraid to cry with a patient. This is a sign ofyour humanity as a person and not a weakness as aprofessional.
# Once you have given the bad new, don't abandon thepatient.
# Every time you give bad news, ask yourself afterward ifyou could have done it better so that next time you can.
# Seek out those who do it well, observe their style andadopt what you like into your own style.
# Giving bad news is a special form of communication. Youcan be very bright, very hard working and even very caring - and still do a badjob of communicating. Learn how to be a better communicator. It will paydividends for you, your patients, your families, and yourcolleagues.