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Doctor, commit to eye contact

In the case of healthcare, during frequent emotional exchanges between two human beings, it naturally follows then that simple eye contact has to be at the core of the doctor-patient ... interaction. I write and teach a lot about communication skills
May 2022

Professionalism in wartime: Arab and Jewish medical staffers caring together

His research interests include doctor-patient communication, bioethics, and systematic reviews. He is also a poet, journalist and translator in Yiddish and English.
May 2022

Would you make Internet house calls?

Or it’s another insult to the primacy of the doctor (aka “provider”)-patient relationship and the “Medical Home“ model. ... Dr. Schumann is a general internist. His blog, GlassHospital, seeks to bring transparency to medical practice and to
May 2022

A physician who e-mails patients—and likes it

Adler. But electronic communication cuts out many of the steps and delays (and potential for miscommunication) included in the traditional patient-physician phone contact. ... The flood of e-mailed questions that is thought by many docs to be a peril of
January 2009

Cultural differences complicate a terminal cancer diagnosis

Eric J. Cassell, MACP, a renowned clinician-educator, ethicist and pioneer in the field of physician-patient communication, has long argued against framing cases like this in terms of a moral ... Might not optimal care here involve respecting the
March 2008

Over-reactors do not help health conversations

Likely, I am guilty of this tendency. I wrote recently about the emergency department missing the first Ebola patient’s diagnosis to highlight my concern about diagnostic accuracy.
May 2022

They don't tell stories about people like these

His research interests include doctor-patient communication, bioethics, and systematic reviews. He is also a poet, journalist and translator in Yiddish and English.
May 2022

QD: News Every Day--Doctors should increase alcohol counseling among their panels

1 to Dec. 31, 2011, about patient-reported communication with a health professional about alcohol among nearly 167,000 adults. ... Health care professionals reported lack of time, training, and self-efficacy; discomfort discussing the topic; perceived
May 2022

Sometimes, 'sorry' is all it takes

It is a nice way to tell the patient “We got your note” and to simultaneously recognize the provider by copying her or him. ... As a result, the patient suffered unnecessary pain, heightened anxiety associated with a possible delay of a needed
May 2022

After 35 years, patients teach the most

disease. Each encounter, each patient, each response to therapy teach us a bit more about medicine. ... The audience will pay attention and are more likely to remember the teaching points if a patient presentation highlights the point.
May 2022

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