Communication skills training helps to increase the quality of care for people living with Huntington's disease.

Authors of a study published in Movement Disorders found that by providing communication skills training to nonpalliative care specialists, more team members felt prepared to discuss serious news, and manage difficult conversations with their patients with Huntington's disease (HD).

Read the study in Movement Disorders
Read a summary in Huntington's Disease News

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