doctor-patient partnership

doctor-patient partnership

A General Medical Council (GMC) phrase for the relationship that doctors are meant to forge with their patients, such that each “partner” plays a critical role in assessing the patient’s health needs and in achieving a healthier lifestyle.
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The FSB has been working with the Doctor-Patient Partnership at the British Medical Association to develop a smarter approach to absence from work and develop regular contact between employers, employees and medical professionals.
But three quarters had no idea how much fruit and vegetables they should eat each day, the Doctor-Patient Partnership found.
A survey for the Doctor-Patient Partnership found that three quarters of the 800 children in the UK questioned for the poll had no idea how many portions of fruit and vegetables they should be eating each day.
The Doctor-Patient Partnership (DPP), an arm of the British Medical Association, conducted a survey of more than 1,000 GP practices in the UK.
Yesterday, the UK-wide Doctor-Patient Partnership launched a campaign which aims to reduce the risk of accidents, while accepting that parents cannot have an eye on their children every second of the day.
Doctors hide behind the excuse that the doctor-patient partnership has broken down," she says.
However, three quarters had no idea how much fruit and vegetables they should eat each day, the Doctor-Patient Partnership found.
The Doctor-Patient Partnership has now launched a campaign which aims to reduce the risk of accidents, while accepting that parents cannot have an eye on their child every second of the day.
Vytra has designed a system of community-based primary care, encouraging doctor-patient partnerships and creating the proper balance between specialized and general integrated care.