Doctors too often use language that’s indecipherable to normal people. Efforts are underway at medical schools to teach doctors to speak in plain language. An expert at one such school and a participant in these classes discuss. Hosted by Nancy Benson.
- Dr. Evonne Kaplan-Liss, Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine, Stony Brook University
- Ashwin Mahotra, medical student, Stony Brook University
- Dr. Zack Berger, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University and author, Talking to Your Doctor: A Patient’s Guide to Communication in the Exam Room