Seifi. “So the patient should be careful to keep their own information private,” he said. ... Promoting consultation recording practice in oncology: identification of critical implementation factors and determination of patient benefit.
And, perhaps more importantly,. doctors and nurses are going to have to shed the presumption that the Internet makes patient care harder. ... But doctors need to shed their disdain the Googling patient first, before more can get online to help them. .
Respondents use social media to communicate lab results, or measure patient improvement or clinical response. ... People may get too comfortable with using the Internet and neglect normal means of communication," one person said.
Then the physician's responsibility is to help that patient address that fear. ... Review: several instruments are accurate for evaluating patient capacity for medical treatment decision-making.
Many hard things. Yes, I agree with that assessment. She's been my patient for more than a decade, and I've had a front row seat to her life.
I have never asked a patient why he or she and society had parted ways, but in quiet moments, I occasionally think about it. ... His research interests include doctor-patient communication, bioethics, and systematic reviews. He is also a poet, journalist
She had seen the doctor-in-training with whom she was working become upset at a patient for declining an invasive heart procedure. ... Dr. Schumann is a general internist. His blog, GlassHospital, seeks to bring transparency to medical practice and to
ACP activities: Physican-Patient Communication Subcommittee, 1993-1995; Chair, Scientific Program for Regional ACP Meeting, Eugene, Ore., 1992.
about adverse reactions to H1N1 vaccinations, and why one ACP member says hope for recovery isn't always the best for a patient.
His research interests include doctor-patient communication, bioethics, and systematic reviews. He is also a poet, journalist and translator in Yiddish and English.