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How to adopt an effective communication patient's perspective



Mr. Dan Foldager

Dan has been a heart patient for 20+ years, surviving a cardiac arrest and living with a pacemaker and an artificial aortic valve. For the last 6+ years he has dedicated his time to work with other heart patients in areas where his experience may influence the way patients are treated or handled in hospitals and clinics. Dan chairs the ESC Patient Forum 2019-2022.

Summary: Adopting an effective communication improves the doctor-patient relationship and above all builds trust. How to deal with the doubts, fears and questions of patients, what would they like to hear? Dan Foldager, victim of a heart attack in 2000, is delighted to share his experience with you.