Comprehensive and proven programme to intensively assist doctors to enhance their communication skills
The Clinical Communication Programme (CCP) is a highly intensive, interpersonal skills training programme proven to greatly enhance communication skills and create significant behavioural change.
Designed to support professional development needs, the CCP helps improve the performance of individual doctors.
The programme promotes behaviour change and can help overcome a range of specific performance-related issues, including:
- poor patient communication skills
- professional standards for patient engagement and decision making.
The programme engages with evidence-based educational research and best-practice training techniques, including simulated patient interactions.
Designed to equip doctors with the tools to manage challenging interactions, the CCP is colleague-to-colleague, highly intensive, confidential and supportive.
View a video case study – a doctor shares the impact of a complaint
Upcoming training dates
The January 2021 Clinical Communication Programme is fully subscribed. The next Clinical Communication Programme will commence on Monday 7 June 2021:
Phase 1 Preparation and goal setting 7 June – 15 July 2021
Phase 2 Residential workshop 16 – 18 July 2021
Phase 3 Implementation and coaching 19 July – 19 November 2021
|Delivered By||Experienced Cognitive Institute medical faculty|
Who should attend
Comprehensive and proven programme to intensively assist doctors to enhance their communication skills.
The training of doctors places great weight on the biomedical aspects of clinical care. While this training is essential, many doctors also realise the need to enhance a range of other skills that are required in order to be effective in their role, such as communication skills.