How to Talk to Patients as a Volunteer?

Given my experience as a volunteer working with newly diagnosed lung cancer patients for 1-year, I found a noticeable difference due to patients’ culture. The cultural difference should be considered when developing guidelines. Also, it’s important for the volunteers to share about encouraging optimism, confidence and hope. https://lungcancer.net/living/volunteer/

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My friend HaoPei (斐皓) is a Stage 4 lung cancer patient, 37 years old. This picture was taken by him when he travelled in rural China after his diagnosis.

2 thoughts on “How to Talk to Patients as a Volunteer?

  1. Don’t ever underestimate your power. You are changing people’s lives. For everyone, rich or poor, healthy or sick, when you run to the rescue with love and peace will follow.

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