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Exploring the influence of resiliency on physician trust in patients: An empirical study of Chinese incidents.

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Summary of "Exploring the influence of resiliency on physician trust in patients: An empirical study of Chinese incidents."

The tension in doctor-patient relationships is becoming progressively greater due to the high expectations of patients and the physicians' work pressure. Recent studies have addressed factors which affect the tension of doctor-patient relationships, and our study continues this trend by looking at the influence of resiliency and physician trust in the patient (PTP), that is, how much the doctor trusts the patient.

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Name: PloS one
ISSN: 1932-6203
Pages: e0207394

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