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news

noun broadcast news, coverage, current affairs, daily news, developments, happenings, hard news, intelligence, media, news gathering, news medium, news service, press, reportage, reporting, the fourth estate, the press, the press corps, word
See also: communication, disclosure, dispatch, information, message, narrative, notice, notification, publicity, report, statement, story
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showed that 40% of the doctors working in palliative care setting in Pakistan could not break the bad news properly.6 While Jameel et al.
Perhaps the most straightforward approach is to say that 'bad news is bad news.' (13) Any type of bad news, therefore, needs to be explained clearly, with empathy and ongoing practical support.
KEYWORDS: Breaking bad news, Communication, Health care providers, Violence.
Liam Fernyhough, assistant professor of medicine, course director for the event, explained the importance of breaking bad news well.
Informing family members or patients about the bad news is a highly stressful experience for emergency physicians (7).
My mate Barney was telling me recently about a former colleague who somehow always managed to have both good and bad news to impart at the same time.
The Give Me Bad News Company is also trying to support the future of block-chain technology to be accepting some unique forms of payment.
The bad news is that India was reported to have made plans, among others, to follow up on the Kishenganga project with one to connect the Chenab and Beas rivers in complete violation of the spirit, if not the letter, of the said Waters Treaty.
However, the Chelsea captain appeared to be expecting bad news - just as Southgate had envisaged.
Receiving bad news of any form can have an instant effect on your body and cause your flight-or-fight response to kick in quickly.
British wrestlerWade Barretthas revealed whyWWEpulled the plug on his Bad News Barrett gimmick - because it was too popular.