Communication in Pre-Hospital Emergency Health Services

Effective communication skills are facilitators in human relationships. Communication, which forms the basis of interpersonal interaction, has an important place in the life of every individual. The real function of communication in health care is to make people trust each other by sharing feelings, thoughts, and information. It is foreseen that pre-hospital emergency health services will be able to provide successful services in accordance with today’s emergency medicine only with individuals who are trained in emergency medicine and have communication skills. Communication in pre-hospital emergency health services provides information about how effective communication progresses, and more specifically about the need for pre-hospital emergency medical personnel to communicate normatively with patients and patient relatives. In this context, it is important to know the aspects of the communication between the patient and the emergency health personnel that may be disrupted.