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Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Here's WHAT to Do about RUDE Medical Professionals


16 Nisan, 5777

The first night of Passover/Pesakh was a spiritual and delicious treat. I was even able to be of practical help to friends whose son had broken his ankle hours before the holiday began. 

I demonstrated how to safely cool down the hot, swelling limb inside his cast, how to reduce the swelling and how to prevent it from happening again. The youngster enjoyed an hours-long, pain-free Passover seder with us.

Back to business. I read the article below  



Rude Doctors, Rude Nurses, Rude Patients

If a rude remark throws off a highly trained intensive care team, what happens to the rest of us?

and realized that the public - YOU - need to read pages 42-47 of the Listen to the Person Before You - Lessons for Caregivers section in

Find out how best to respond to rude, irritated and pressured medical professionals, relatives and other people in your medical life. Your responses to their inappropriate remarks can seriously improve things.

The text teaches that you'll need to clue them in to the need to behave pleasantly, and to focus on your medical issues only. 

There's no need to punish you for their hard day!

Show the text to relevant people and ask them to read it out loud.

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