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The grass is green

without addressing #2, leaving the patient to feel like they aren’t believed by the doctor. ... Maybe her reality isn’t real. Maybe she is crazy. Doctor and patient.
May 2022

Patients who drink too much

The patient is then free to make his decision, as he is with any medical proposal. ... Patients aren't obligated to accept my advice. Indeed, the bedrock concept of informed consent places the authority of the decision where it properly resides, with the
May 2022

The miracle workers

Then, like our social workers do, she came over to the patient and sat down and spent time finding out her situation. ... Next thing I knew, some community resources were identified that happened to service the area right where my patient lived.
May 2022

The freedom to care

I got the following email a few weeks ago (details changed for confidentiality reasons): Dear Sir, I read about your unique practice online....
May 2022

Behind the mask assessing risk in COVID-19: playing risk

Follow along. For a long time I was absorbed by the topic of risk communication. ... 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

Artificial intelligence + physicians

Often our history taking improves when we are holding the patient's wrist or taking the pulse. ... When we appropriately touch the patient we tell that patient that we want to help them.
May 2022

The anti-medication bias

The anti-medication bias. [The patient interactions in this post are amalgams of hundreds of patient encounters over my career. ... That is more difficult and less efficient than writing a prescription and bolting to the next patient.
May 2022

It's all about the communication

Communication, empathy and compassion with patients and their families is paramount, and the most important part of what we do. ... no matter what the patient's background, demographic, educational level or social class.
May 2022

The good, the bad and the ugly

So what’s so bad? First, there was no attempt made to engage the patient in shared decision-making. ... more “care” is always better, and facilitated by Medicare shielding the patient from the cost of care.
May 2022

Does the white coat make the doctor?

As the psychologists have shown, it’s all in your head. So here’s my recommendation: as you enter your next patient’s room, bare below the elbows in your freshly ... Then strut confidently into that room, and bedazzle the patient with your
May 2022

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