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Yıl 2022, Cilt 25, Sayı 3, 230 - 238, 01.10.2022
https://doi.org/10.7126/cumudj.1111262

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A cross-sectional survey study on the use of communication methods in the dentist-geriatric patient relationship

Yıl 2022, Cilt 25, Sayı 3, 230 - 238, 01.10.2022
https://doi.org/10.7126/cumudj.1111262

Öz

According to the data the World Health Organization (WHO) provides, the population has been aging more rapidly than in the past, and it has been reported that the number of people over the age of 60 exceeds the number of children under the age of 5. This demographic change has forced countries to plan their health systems with the aging population in mind. In this cross-sectional study, we aimed to see and evaluate the attitudes of dentists and trainee dentists towards communication with patients they describe as "elderly" during their examination and treatment. This study applied a 25-item questionnaire on dentist-geriatric patient communication to 168 trainee dentists and 73 dentists in our faculty, including 4th and 5th-year students, residents, and faculty members. Sixteen items, the first 7 of which are "basic", include questions that examine the methods recommended by the American Medical Association in physician-patient communication and whether they find these methods effective. The data were analyzed using the SPSS 23.0, and a p-value of 0.05 is used as the cutoff for significance. Dentists routinely use an average of 4.6 of the 16 methods and 2.5 of the seven basic methods. While the most frequently used methods were “speaking slowly” and "using a simple language", the least was "using videos". Health literacy awareness and outcome expectancy were associated with the number of methods used. The number of routine use of the methods is quite low among dentists and trainee dentists. It has been observed that communication methods that would be effective in relationships with geriatric patients with low health literacy skills are not routinely used. It has been concluded that the communication methods that can be used effectively for communication with geriatric patients should be embedded into the dental curriculum.

Kaynakça

  • 1. Alvarez S, Schultz JH. A communication-focused curriculum for dental students - An experiential training approach. BMC Med Educ. 2018;18(1):143-147.
  • 2. Schiavo R. Health Communication: From Theory to Practice. 1st ed. John Wiley & Sons; 2007.
  • 3. Anderson R. Patient expectations of emergency dental services: A qualitative interview study. Br Dent J. 2004;197(6):331-334.
  • 4. Haskard Zolnierek KB, Dimatteo MR. Physician communication and patient adherence to treatment: A meta-analysis. Med Care. 2009;47(8):826-834.
  • 5. Ouchi Y, Rakugi H, Arai H, et al. Redefining the elderly as aged 75 years and older: Proposal from the Joint Committee of Japan Gerontological Society and the Japan Geriatrics Society. Geriatr Gerontol Int. 2017;17(7):1045-1047.
  • 6. Ageing. https://www.who.int/health-topics/ageing#tab=tab_1. Accessed January 5, 2022.
  • 7. Koçak A, Bulduklu Y. Sağlık İletişimi: Yaşlıların Televizyonda Yayınlanan Sağlık Programlarını İzleme Motivasyonları. Selçuk İletişim. 2013;6(3):5-17.
  • 8. Okyay P, Abacıgil F, eds. Türkiye Sağlık Okuryazarlığı Ölçekleri Güvenilirlik ve Geçerlilik Çalışması. Ankara: T.C. Sağlık Bakanlığı; 2016.
  • 9. Rozier GR, Horowitz AM, Podschun G. Dentist-patient communication techniques used in the United States: The results of a national survey. J Am Dent Assoc. 2011;142(5):518-530.
  • 10. Schwartzberg JG, Cowett A, VanGeest J, Wolf MS. Communication techniques for patients with low health literacy: A survey of physicians, nurses, and pharmacists. Am J Health Behav. 2007;31(SUPPL. 1).
  • 11. Koo LW, Horowitz AM, Radice SD, Wang MQ, Kleinman D V. Nurse practitioners’ use of communication techniques: Results of a Maryland oral health literacy survey. PLoS One. 2016;11(1):1-16.
  • 12. Weatherspoon J, Horowitz AM, Kleinman D V., Wang MQ. The use of recommended communication techniques by maryland family physicians and pediatricians. PLoS One. 2015;10(4):1-16.
  • 13. Walker D, Howe C. The AMA Communication Techniques Survey: A Psychometric Analysis. HLRP Heal Lit Res Pract. 2017;1(4):208-215.
  • 14. Truluck JE, Courtenay BC. Learning style preferences among older adults. Educ Gerontol. 2010;25(3):221-236.
  • 15. Gramss D, Struve D. Instructional videos for supporting older adults who use interactive systems. Educ Gerontol. 2009;35(2):164-176.
  • 16. Merkt M, Weigand S, Heier A, Schwan S. Learning with videos vs. learning with print: The role of interactive features. Learn Instr. 2011;21(6):687-704.
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  • 24. MacDonald-Wicks L, Levett-Jones T. Effective teaching of communication to health professional undergraduate and postgraduate students: A Systematic Review. JBI Libr Syst Rev. 2012;10(28):1-12.
  • 25. Liu C, Wang D, Liu C, et al. What is the meaning of health literacy? A systematic review and qualitative synthesis. Fam Med Community Heal. 2020;8(2):e000351.
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  • 29. Kao AC, Green DC, Davis NA, Koplan JP, Cleary PD. Patients’ Trust in Their Physicians: Effects of Choice, Continuity, and Payment Method. J Gen Intern Med. 1998;13(10):681.
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  • 32. Tarrant C, Stokes T, Baker R. Factors associated with patients’ trust in their general practitioner: a cross-sectional survey. 798 Br J Gen Pract. 2003.
  • 33. Hillen MA, De haes HCJM, Stalpers LJA, et al. How can communication by oncologists enhance patients’ trust? An experimental study. Ann Oncol. 2014;25(4):896-901.

Ayrıntılar

Birincil Dil İngilizce
Konular Sağlık Bilimleri ve Hizmetleri
Yayınlanma Tarihi Güz
Bölüm Original Research Articles
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Kübra GÜLER> (Sorumlu Yazar)
SİVAS CUMHURİYET ÜNİVERSİTESİ
0000-0003-2032-6203
Türkiye


Emine PİRİM GÖRGÜN>
SIVAS CUMHURIYET UNIVERSITY
0000-0002-8867-1663
Türkiye

Yayımlanma Tarihi 1 Ekim 2022
Başvuru Tarihi 10 Mayıs 2022
Kabul Tarihi 10 Ağustos 2022
Yayınlandığı Sayı Yıl 2022, Cilt 25, Sayı 3

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EndNote %0 Cumhuriyet Dental Journal A cross-sectional survey study on the use of communication methods in the dentist-geriatric patient relationship %A Kübra Güler , Emine Pirim Görgün %T A cross-sectional survey study on the use of communication methods in the dentist-geriatric patient relationship %D 2022 %J Cumhuriyet Dental Journal %P 1302-5805-2146-2852 %V 25 %N 3 %R doi: 10.7126/cumudj.1111262 %U 10.7126/cumudj.1111262

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