doctor-patient interaction

The doctor-patient interplay which comprises the social aspects of a confidential relationship shared by physician and patients. Each ‘player’ in the dyad has an appropriate role

doctor-patient interaction

The doctor-patient interplay comprises the social aspects of a confidential relationship shared by physician and Pts. See Bedside manner.
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(5) Agenda-setting was found to have a positive effect on the doctor-patient interaction and helped doctors to tailor plans of care to meet patients' needs.
Doctor-patient interaction as well as the marketing interaction or service support can now go social and prove more pleasing for patients.
[1] During doctor-patient interaction, empathy is the critical element of communication shown to affect both diagnosis and prescription.
These Questions gave insight into doctor-patient interaction, such as how doctors explain Spirometry, techniques and precautions to be taken on the use of inhalers, the purpose of each inhaler, written action plans provided to the patient and how doctors explain the early signs of worsening of asthma and its management.
The doctor-patient interaction during clinical encounter in pediatric setup is a complex relationship involving the doctor, child patient and parent which is being restricted to the dyadic interaction between doctor and parent by their non-supporting role.
This was followed by modeling in which short audio tapes and video tapes of doctor-patient interaction in different clinical settings were shown.
Hasn't she already looked at my chart?" If you haven't heard those complaints, make an appointment to see a doctor, and experience the distortion of the doctor-patient interaction that the computer has created.
The dimensions in our scale focus on satisfaction with doctor-patient interaction, ie, a clinical orientation, which is consistent with previous studies.
As shown in [Table 2], the WFU established a portable direct platform for doctor-patient interaction, thereby increasing the time of communication between doctors and patients.
A tendency to dictate in a doctor-patient interaction rather than to listen easily emerges.
All these job-specific features influence the doctor-patient interaction and make the social relationship between the two asymmetric.

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