Title: Emergency Communication – How to generate texts patients/persons in need
Presenters: Ernil Hansen
Venue: Audytorium Maximum  - Medium Hall B / Aula Średnia B
Time: 14.06.2024 8:30-10:00
Language: EN/PL

From the basic psychological needs and from the stressors that cause traumatization and posttraumatic stress disorder the topics can be derived that have to be addressed in people in need, verbally and nonverbally: company, contact, comfort, information, control, guidance, respect, safety and healing or perspective. It does not matter whether a medical or psychological emergency, whether during a transport, a resuscitation, a treatment, a surgery or intensive care, whether support in an illness, in a crisis or for terminal care, whether an alert or an unconscious patient, or whether oneself. These topics are to be filled with your own words to be authentic, accompanied with nonverbal signals and tailored to patient and context. The workshop will provide exercises and examples of application in emergency medicine, intraoperative suggestions during general anaesthesia, hypnosedation for dental surgery, care of patients during awake brain surgery without sedation, and recovery after surgery at the ICU.

Hansen E, Zech N. Nocebo effects and negative suggestions in daily clinical practice – forms, impact and approaches to avoid them. Front Pharmacol 2019; 10:77. doi: 10.3389/fphar.2019.00077

Ernil Hansen - Professor of Anaesthesiology at the University Hospital Regensburg, Germany. Lectures and workshops about Therapeutic Communication for students, doctors, nurses and hypnotherapists. Scientific board and award winner of Milton-Erickson-Society of Germany.