Understanding effective and satisfying communication between health providers and patients and its relationship with health outcomes (2004–2006)

This project investigates the components of satisfying and effective consultations for both health professionals and patients and their relationship with good health outcomes. This project takes an intergroup theoretical perspective to examine interpersonal interactions between health providers and patients. It examines differences in perceptions of role and communication strategies between in health professionals from different disciplines and between a broad range of patients types.
Grant type:
ARC Discovery Projects
Funded by:
Australian Research Council