Providing Feedback to Patients & Families

Amanda Gooding, Ph.D., ABPP-CN

Associate Professor at UC San Diego & Chair of the Society for Clinical Neuropsychology’s Early Career Commitee

Live lecture date: 6/29/2020

These learning questions are brought to you by the KnowNeuropsychology / APPCN collaboration.

*This quiz has four multiple choice questions & one discussion question.

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According to the Fallows and Hilsabeck (2013) article, individuals who received oral feedback AND a written summary had higher recommendation adherence at one month follow-up compared to individuals who received oral feedback only.

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Avoiding medical/neuropsychological jargon during feedback is an example of the principle of
(taken from Heath and Heath, 2008):

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Which of the following is a way to prepare for feedback during the clinical interview?

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When communicating the results of a patient’s neuropsychological evaluation to other professionals, it is important that you:

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Discussion question: What are some of the logistic considerations of feedback (location, timing, attendees, etc.) relevant to your specific clinics/rotations?

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