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The limits of empathy

That was the session "From Jazz to Medicine: Exploring Improvisation in Clinical Practice." Attendees learned some patient communication skills, heard some great jazz, and came to understand the parallels between the ... If I were the patient, I would
June 2020

QD: News Every Day--Patients need prompting to bring up depression

Patient's were most worried that the physician would recommend antidepressants (22.9%; 95% confidence interval, 18.8% to 27.5%). ... The number one reason for that is because recognition of depression starts with disclosure from the patient.".
June 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

Patients just as likely to sue after apologies

chemotherapy overdose 10 times the intended amount and a slow response to pages by a pediatric surgeon for a patient who eventually codes and is rushed to emergency surgery.
June 2020

Contaminated truths: Wellbutrin, depression, GSK and evidence

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


This post by ACP Member Kevin Pho, MD, originally appeared on MedPage Today's . It's time to ask patients whether they text a...
June 2020

'Your Medical Mind' explores what influences patients' medical decisions

The authors also observe that shared decision-making means just that: a shared decision by a doctor and patient on a level at which a patient feels comfortable, not the ... A healthy 40 year-old male patient may, if he wants, request annual PSA tests and
June 2020

Internists taking primary care to the streets

Using the emergency department for non-emergent care is really the best scenario for much of this patient population, noted Dr. ... A patient's limited access to food can also interact with prescribed treatments in devastating ways.
March 2008

QD: News Every Day--End-of-life discussions happen far too late

Physicians involved in longitudinal care, however, may be best informed about the patient's prognosis and disease trajectory and best equipped to have meaningful discussions about the patient's values and
June 2020

E-mailing with patients can improve patient-centered care

Technological advances are also patient communication and satisfaction measures, helping people arrange appointments, review test results and receive medical advice. ... What is holding back e-mail communication between patients and physicians? Perhaps
November 2013

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