Communication is at the heart of everything we do in our society. It’s central to our learning, our work and our leisure interests. But it’s particularly important in health care, where patients/clients can feel vulnerable, alone and frightened, and where you’ll be working with colleagues in the health care team who rely on good communication to help them deliver safe, coordinated and effective care.

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