Tag Archives: doctor patient relationship

Dismissing chronic illness: a qualitative analysis of negative health care experiences

Dismissing chronic illness: A qualitative analysis of negative health care experiences, by Stephanie McManimen, Damani McClellan, Jamie Stoothoff, Kristen Gleason, Leonard A Jason in Health Care for Women International [Published online: 04 Mar 2019]   Research abstract: In the US, … Continue reading

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Initiating care of a patient with ME/CFS

Initiating care of a patient with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS), by Charles W. Lapp in Front. Pediatr., [Published 23 January 2019]   Article abstract: This paper introduces the primary care physician to the unique and challenging aspects of initially … Continue reading

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ME/CFS & the biopsychosocial model: a review of patient harm & distress

Review article abstract: Myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome and the biopsychosocial model: a review of patient harm and distress in the medical encounter, by Keith J. Geraghty, Charlotte Blease in Disability and Rehabilitation [Published online: 21 Jun 2018] Objective: Despite the … Continue reading

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GMC survey of patient consent – have your say

General Medical Council Review of  consent guidance Good consent practice is at the heart of the doctor-patient relationship, but it’s sometimes challenging to get this right. GMC guidance sets out good practice principles for making decisions about care, from the treatment … Continue reading

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Factors affecting ME patient satisfaction in Norway

Research abstract: Bodily conditions that are difficult to identify, explain and treat with the aid of medical knowledge and technology appear to be particularly challenging to medical encounters. Patients are often dissatisfied with the help they receive, and they often … Continue reading

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