Identification of Communication Hurdles during Preoperative Anesthesia Assessment Through a Patients Perspective (the iCHaAt study)

Cory Veldman & Kim Wong
This study utilizes a previously validated patient reported experience measure (PREM) known a the PEPAC questionnaire, to assess the patient-anesthesiologist communication interaction at the Health Sciences Centre in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. With a focus on the preoperative clinic consultation, this study aims to identify which areas of the patient-anesthesiologist interaction may be vulnerable to miscommunication.
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