PART 1 COMMUNICATION AND DEVELOPMENT1: Introducing Communication & DevelopmentPART 2 LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT2: The Antenatal Journey3: Birth and Neonate4: 'MY do it!' Communication with Babies and Young Children5: School Age6: Teens7: Early Adulthood8: Middle Years9: Senior Years10: Death, Grief and BereavementPART 3 COMMUNICATION AND HUMAN ENGAGEMENT11: Communication and survival12: Access and Communication13: Power Relations14: Culture15: Social and Interpersonal Dynamics16: Touch17: Media18: Types of Messages19: Language and Vocabulary20: Style and Manner21: Receiving the Message22: Written Communication23: The Electronic Message24: Creative MessagesPART 4 PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION25: Professional Communication26: Therapeutic Engagement27: Care at a Distance
Susan Shaw, BN, MEd Admin (Hons), EdD, Dip Tchg (Primary), NZRGON. Susan has worked at AUT since 1992 and is currently Associate Dean and a director of the National Centre for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice (NCIPECP) within the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences. Ailsa Haxell, BA, MHSc (Hons), PGCertEd (Management), Dip Nursing. Ailsa is currently completing a PhD on change and the use of emergent technologies through Deakin University in Melbourne. Ailsa is a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences at AUT. Terry Weblemoe, BA, MA, RN. Terry has had a lifelong interest in indigenous cultures and health, and has worked as a registered nurse in New York, Florida, and New Zealand. She has worked in various nursing and education roles and has been involved in several research projects with M?ori.