This communication guide outlines examples of specific situations that are difficult to respond to, and pairs them with examples of how to respond with empathy. This guide depicts these difficult case statements as rows with bold, italic text. Beneath each scenario is an example of an empathic response (underlined) that can lead to a factual response or survey prompt (Figure 1). The responses use empathic communication to show the case that you are witnessing the emotion, rather than moving to the survey without acknowledging emotion. There is no one right answer to any difficult case statement.
- Meyer, Laura Grace (Author)
- Arizona State University. Public Health Program (Contributor)
- Arizona State University. AZ Infectious Disease Epi (AIDE) Lab (Contributor)
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