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How do I come across like an authentic doctor?

'The more my patient looks like a real patient, the more I will look like a real doctor.' Certain young medical professionals may think that way, as they widen the gap between themselves as 'trained professionals' and their patients as 'ignorant laymen'. Medical doctors and patients have a relationship with each other. They both play their respective part: the doctor acts like a doctor. But what kind of role does the patient have and how do they influence each other? David Engelhard, both patient (with mult...

Influence of doctor-patient conversations on behaviours of patients presenting to primary care with new or persistent symptoms: a video observation study.

Most cancers are diagnosed following contact with primary care. Patients diagnosed with cancer often see their doctor multiple times with potentially relevant symptoms before being referred to see a specialist, suggesting missed opportunities during doctor-patient conversations.

Ten Lessons Learned on the Road to Earning a Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree.

Construction of medical equipment-based doctor health monitoring system.

The health status of doctors has been overlooked by the society and even the doctors themselves, especially those doctors who work long hours. Their attention is always on patients, so they are more likely to ignore their own health problems. Therefore, in this paper, we propose a medical equipment-based doctor health monitoring system (hereinafter referred to as Doc-care). Doc-care can be used as a private health manager for doctors, and doctors can monitor their health indicators in real time while using ...

The role of skeletal muscle in ALS: "dying-back" or "dying-forward" phenomenon?

"When the Fall Is All There Is…": Refocusing on the Critical (Unique?) Characteristic of "Dying" in Physician Aid-in-Dying.

Monitoring My Journey From Doctor, to Patient, to Doctor With Lived Experience.

Dying with unrelieved pain - prescription of opioids is not enough.

Fear of pain resonates with most people, in particular in relation to dying. Despite this, there are still people dying with unrelieved pain.

Evaluation of the Quality of Dying and Death Questionnaire in Kenya.

A culturally appropriate, patient-centered measure of the quality of dying and death is needed to advance palliative care in Africa. We therefore evaluated the Quality of Dying and Death Questionnaire (QODD) in a Kenyan hospice sample and compared item ratings with those from a Canadian advanced-cancer sample.

Factors affecting doctor visits of postmenopausal women with urinary incontinence.

This study analyzed the reasons for avoiding visiting a doctor among women aged ≥50 years with urinary incontinence (UI), as well as factors influencing visits to the doctor.

Structuring times and activities in the oncology visit.

In this paper we examine how doctor and patient coordinate actions in interaction towards the smooth accomplishment of the medical visit. Such coordination entails primarily the management of time and praxis, i.e. the apportionment of time to the tasks to be completed during the visit; and it is not an easy enterprise, for a number of reasons: 1) the tasks to be carried out during the visit are not familiar in equal measure to doctor and patient; 2) the extent of attention to be devoted to each task cannot ...

Using a frame of reference for talking to patients about death and dying.

Recent years have seen a recognition of the importance of talking openly to patients at the end of life about death and dying. This article aims to add to the existing body of literature on this subject. Conversations at the end of life can be difficult, particularly if the patient is experiencing mental distress alongside their terminal illness. A number of factors can disrupt a constructive and supportive conversation around death and dying. This article offers a frame of reference for nurses to consider ...

Doctor's Criminal Liability and Medically Assisted Death - The Portuguese Case.

Recently, the Portuguese Parliament discussed four proposals aimed at allowing some forms of medically assisted death. However, all of them were rejected by the majority. Therefore, doctors who in some way accelerate a patient's death risk being convicted of the crime of homicide. Portuguese law provides some legal mechanisms that can exempt a doctor from criminal liability, such as causes excluding the conduct's wrongfulness, and causes excluding the doctor's culpability. Other elements to take into consid...

Authenticity made visible in medical students' experiences of feeling like a doctor.

To interpret the phenomenon of authenticity made visible in medical students' experiences of feeling like a doctor, i.e., how authenticity took shape in narratives about feeling like a doctor in clinical situations where students were challenged to be independent and to a high degree make choices and clinical decisions.

Trends in Medical Aid in Dying in Oregon and Washington.

The combined 28 years of data of medical aid in dying (MAID) between Oregon (OR) and Washington (WA) are the most comprehensive in North America. No reports to date have compared MAID use in different US states.

A preliminary effect analysis of family doctor and medical insurance payment coordination reform in Changning District of Shanghai, China.

Changning District of Shanghai pioneered in implementing Family Doctor and Medical Insurance Payment Coordination Reform. The survey aimed to assess the effect of the reform to provide a decision-making basis for ensuring the "gatekeeper" role of the family doctor.

Youth Perspectives on Pharmacists' Provision of Birth Control: Findings From a Focus Group Study.

Young women face numerous obstacles to accessing contraception, including lack of money, time, or transportation to visit a doctor. In addition, concerns about confidentiality deter many adolescents from seeking contraceptive care. Pharmacists in Washington, D.C. will soon be able to prescribe hormonal birth control, which can potentially increase contraceptive access for adolescents. This study explores the needs and concerns of teens and young women residing in Washington, D.C. to inform implementation of...

Human papillomavirus vaccination among diverse college students in the state of Georgia: who receives recommendation, who initiates and what are the reasons?

Young adulthood is a critical time for catch-up HPV vaccination. We assessed predictors of vaccine recommendation and initiation among college students. We analysed cross-sectional surveys from 2397 students using multivariable logistic regressions. Guided by the Socio-ecological and Health Belief Models, measures included socio-demographic characteristics, intrapersonal measures (e.g. vaccine beliefs), interpersonal measures (e.g. doctor's recommendation) and institutional-level measures (e.g. college sett...

And at the end, the Germans always win, don't they? An evaluation of country-specific scoring behaviour in the dying seconds of international club soccer games.

This article contributes to the literature on performance determinants in soccer by investigating country differences in goal scoring in the dying seconds of international soccer games (i.e. in the 90th minute or later). We analyse this goal-scoring behaviour in 1,008 recent soccer games played in the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) Champions League and Europa League. In contrast to Gary Lineker's well-known quote that "at the end, the Germans always win", no significant evidence is found for...

Feral horses' (Equus ferus caballus) behavior toward dying and dead conspecifics.

In the rapidly expanding field of comparative thanatology, reports from a wide range of taxa suggest that some aspects of a concept of death may be shared by many non-human species. In horses, there are only a few anecdotal reports on behaviors toward dead conspecifics, mostly concerning domestic individuals. Here, we describe the case of a 2-month-old, free-ranging male foal that died around 12 h after being found severely injured due to a presumed wolf attack, focusing on other individuals' reactions to ...

A qualitative systematic review of experiences and perceptions of youth suicide.

Suicide remains a global issue with over 800,000 people dying from suicide every year. Youth suicide is especially serious due to the years of life lost when a young person takes their own life. Social interactions, perceived support, genetic predisposition and mental illnesses are factors associated with suicide ideation.

Interpersonal trust in doctor-patient relation: Evidence from dyadic analysis and association with quality of dyadic communication.

Although they form a dyadic relationship, doctor's and patient's levels of trust in the other have usually been investigated separately. As members of dyadic relationships, they influence each other's behaviors and are interdependent because they share a past history and eventually a common future.

Geriatricians' attitudes towards voluntary assisted dying: A Survey of Australian and New Zealand Society for Geriatric Medicine members.

To identify the attitudes of Australian and New Zealand geriatricians to legalisation of voluntary assisted dying.

Complex therapies for advanced Parkinson's disease: what is the role of doctor-patient communication?

Communication processes play a key role in the patient-doctor relationship. Few studies have considered communicative processes in advanced Parkinson's disease (PD), and in particular in the phase of proposing complex therapies (CT). Therefore, we explored the role of communication and patient-doctor relationship in the transition phase to CT for advanced PD, analysing satisfaction, factors influencing the relationship and patients' unmet needs.

Exploring the Role of Online Health Community Information in Patients' Decisions to Switch from Online to Offline Medical Services.

Online healthcare has become an important part of healthcare services. Patients can access unlimited information reflecting a doctor's service quality in online health communities (OHCs). This information can reduce information asymmetry between patients and doctors, and further promote patient decisions. In this study, we focus on the patient's decision to switch from a doctor's online medical service to the same doctor's offline service.

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