Unplanned and natural humor during your presentation tends to be more personal and helps to build relationships and community among the group.
Treat your talk like a mystery. “Present results so that each one clarifies the mystery and holds the audience’s focus as the presentation concludes.”
One of the most important messages to give patients receiving bad news is that they will have an ongoing treatment relationship with their physician.
Asking what the patient understands about his or her condition will set the stage for a more productive discussion.
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Technology that is efficient yet lacking side effects, personalized, and nonintrusive may be closer than we think for many of our neurology patients.
The holidays can be an especially stressful time of year, so patients need to be aware of how stress influences neurological disease progression.