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Medical Communication Research Team

Leader: Dr. János Pilling, PhD, associate professor

Members:
Dr. János Kollár, PhD, senior lecturer
Dr. Adrienne Stauder, PhD, associate professor
Imola Sándor, clinical psychologist
Dr. Katalin Hegedűs, PhD, Habil. associate professor
Dr. Piroska Balog, PhD, senior lecturer
Dr. Dániel Eörsi, contributor
Dr. Anna Demeter, PhD student
Katalin Nistor, PhD student

 

Research field

The aim of the research team is to investigate various aspects of medical communications, particularly with regard to patient education, the development of physician-patient cooperation, relationship with the somatizing patients, communication aspects of patient safety, communication within the health care team and intercultural communication. In addition to the interpersonal communication research, the research team is engaged in developing new educational methods of medical communication as well.


The most important publications in the last 5 years

Sándor Imola, Pilling János (2016): Tévhitek az orvosi kommunikációról [Misbelieves about medical communication]. Orvosi Hetilap, 157 (17): 644-648.

Pilling János, Erdélyi Kamilla (2016): Az egészségügyi kártérítési perek kommunikációs vonatkozásai [Aspects of communication regarding medical malpractice suits]. Orvosi Hetilap, 157 (17): 654-658.

Stauder Adrienne, Eörsi Dániel, Pilling János (2016): Az orvos–beteg kommunikáció jelentősége a szomatizáló páciensek ellátásában. [The importance of the doctor–patient communication in the care of somatizing patients] Orvosi Hetilap, 157 (17): 664-668.

Kollár János (2016): Kommunikáció az egészségügyi teamen belül: orvosok és szakdolgozók

[Communication within the health care team: doctors and nurses]. Orvosi Hetilap, 157 (17): 659-663.

Kollár János (2015): Társasjátékok az orvosképzésben [Board games in medical education]. Lege Artis Medicinae, 25 (06-07): 296-299.

Kollár J, Babusa B, Stauder A, Pilling J, Cserepes R, Czeglédi E (2016): Improving teaching efficiency on Medical Universities – A comparative study of Hungarian and foreign medical university students’ feedbacks regarding learning by KOLLAR method. Journal Of Contemporary Medical Education 4:(1) 1-7