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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

ACP Internist: Blog Log

His research interests include doctor-patient communication, bioethics, and systematic reviews. ... Perencevich, MD, ACP Member, are infectious diseases physicians and health care epidemiologists who divide their time among patient care, research,
January 2022

Transitioning to a new doctor as a challenge or opportunity

The doctor-patient relationship is the foundational unit of medical care. Like all relationships, it needs to be cultivated and nourished from time to time. ... Dr. Kirsch is a full time practicing physician and writer who addresses the joys and
January 2022

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

When to call the doctor after hours

When my partner's patient calls me after hours because he has had 2 months of nausea, it's unlikely that I can solve this on the phone with a patient ... Dr. Kirsch is a full time practicing physician and writer who addresses the joys and challenges of
January 2022

Seize control of physicians online ratings

Bazan advises--and takes--an active approach to dealing with patient reviews on social media. ... Not only do you risk patient privacy violations, online disputes are rarely resolved constructively, if at all.
January 2022

Going against medicine: courageous or foolish?

But, in the U.S. healthcare system, there is still not enough patient responsibility that has occurred among all patients. ... Good outcomes are usually attributed to patient's taking initiative and bad outcomes are usually attributed to bad doctors.
January 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
January 2022

Med students unfamiliar with electronic health records

encounter simulating a cancer patient hospitalized with complications from chemotherapy. ... Students were scored on their ability to find information crucial to the patient's case within the EHR and their ability to analyze the EHR without alienating
January 2022

An organization for improving health care IT

Physicians (and nurses) should spend as much time as possible in direct patient care. ... Are you a doctor, nurse or even a patient who agrees with our values and mission?
January 2022

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