relationship-centered care


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relationship-centered care

Health care that explicitly recognizes the importance of patients, their supporters, their community, their providers, and their health care administrators as they jointly affect the experience of health, disease prevention, and treatment.
See also: care

relationship-centered care,

n health care that honors and focuses on relationships including those between the practitioner and self, practitioner and patient, practitioner and practitioner, and practitioner and community.
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Health professions education and relationship-centered care.
While considerable data support the benefits of relationship-centered care in clinical settings, limited data exist about the possible benefits of a relationship-centered approach in organizations.
As a link between relationship-centered care and evidence-based medicine, mindfulness should be considered a characteristic of good clinical practice," Dr.

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