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Improving Communication in Healthcare

At National Healthcare Ed, we've found a perfect companion product for our series "Workplace Violence & Harassment in Healthcare" with Communication Academy's training program "Communication: A Vital Tool for Trust Development in Healthcare".

With today's faster-paced healthcare settings, patients have an increased level of anxiety and fear compounded with less one-on-one time with healthcare practitioners.

Developing communication skills is valuable for healthcare workers, because communication is the most effective tool you have in reducing patient anxiety and improving trust between healthcare providers and patients.

Improved healthcare communication results in improved clinical outcomes and reduced risk of medication errors and medical mistakes.

We urge you to take Communication Academy's accredited course, "Communication: A Vital Tool for Trust Development in Healthcare" offered through and earn CME/CE Credits. Click here to being your communications course today. (Price is only $20!)

Objectives: Improve communication in healthcare and interact to build trust.

Included in this course are effective communication styles to establish better connections and improve trust between healthcare provider and patients of diverse attributes, attitudes and characteristics.

Activity is jointly provided by Synaptiv and Communication Academy in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) designed for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit for Physicians and 1 Contact hour for Nursing.


Communication: A Vital Tool for Trust Development in Healthcare

One may think that education is expensive which may be true in some instances, but have you considered the detrimental cost of ignorance, intolerance, and reservations which if not addressed, could become generational.....

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Nonye Aghanya, RN, MSc, FNP and Author

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Simple Tips to Developing TrustNonye Aghanya obtained a Master of Science degree as a family Nurse Practitioner from Pace University, New York and has worked in various healthcare settings. Ms. Aghanya currently works in a retail clinic. She is the author of 2 books Simple Tips to Developing A Productive Clinician-Patient Relationship and Principles For Overcoming Communication Anxiety and Improving Trust.

Featured courses, such as "Communication: A Vital Tool for Trust Development in Healthcare", are based on findings from research study reports and on her book contents. These courses have received accreditation by the nationally-recognized accreditation agency ACCME to grant CME/CE credits to healthcare practitioners. Ms. Aghanya has maintained numerous interactions with diverse groups of individuals in healthcare settings for close to 30 years. A Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Trustees, she is married and has 4 children.


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“Wow…..I’m glad I no longer work in a large setting healthcare establishment. Very scary statistics of escalating bullying, harassment and workplace violence. Your modules are very relatable and holds the viewers’ attention till the end”.


Nonye Aghanya, MSc, FNP

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