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"At least it can't hurt"

lackadaisical attitude, denial, or an understandable wish to gain the patient's trust and not to take away the placebo value of the treatment that the patients feel to be helping ... them. In my more cynical moments I sometimes suspect that the other
October 2020

'We called and called'

She had a son. The patient was from Ecuador but various Hopkins people were under different impressions about where the son was living. ... His research interests include doctor-patient communication, bioethics, and systematic reviews. He is also a poet,
October 2020

The 'annual' mammogram: an enlightening letter

His research interests include doctor-patient communication, bioethics, and systematic reviews. He is also a poet, journalist and translator in Yiddish and English.
October 2020

Accidental smartness

office is asking the patient to evaluate their medical condition before talking to someone who can help them evaluate their medical condition.
October 2020

Mobile apps no ‘magic pill’ for maintaining health

But experts often note that the biggest potential for the mobile medical app may be for improving physician-patient communication and, in turn, patient adherence. ... What many [providers] are moving toward are curating apps that are both
October 2015

Twitter: a medical help, hindrance or hype?

We talked to the patient and told them it wouldn't really interfere with the surgery.”. ... Pho said. A lot of Twitter communication occurs among bloggers, noted Robert J.
April 2009

Tread lightly: Discussing obesity difficult for internists

Generally, the approach to the topic will need to be tailored to each specific patient. ... Find something that your patient is good at, or a defining personality trait,” Dr.
July 2011

Apologizing for errors halves malpractice suits

University of Michigan Health System reports that admitting medical errors and offering compensation before being sued resulted in malpracti...
October 2020

Diving into delicate patient conversations

One of them is called syphilis. Have you heard of that?” she said to the mock patient. ... In some cases, it will turn out that the patient was just uncomfortable, not withholding information.
June 2012

Treat the epidemic of medical nonadherence

Those are the people that spend the most time with the patient,” he said. ... Dr. Ogedegbe agreed. “Activate the patient in their own care. Be emotively supportive.
May 2014

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