Feedback: How to Give and Take?
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Feedback holds the key to successful communication. In fact, without feedback, communication is incomplete, ineffective, and can be even dangerous. While feedback can bridge many communication gaps in human interaction, it can also cause communication gaps resulting in a strained relationship between health professional, and the patient or between two competent professionals.
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