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Obesity: Are shared medical appointments part of the answer?

Shared medical appointments, in which a multidisciplinary team of healthcare providers meets with multiple patients in a group setting, may be an option for treating patients with obesity. To be effective, shared medical appointments need to address patients' nutrition, physical activity, appetite suppression, stress management, and sleep.


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...

Government doctor absenteeism and its effects on consumer demand in rural north India.

Government doctor absenteeism from their public posts is a sizable problem across developing economies. The consumer demand estimation for outpatient fever treatment presented in this paper investigates the interrelationship between government doctor absenteeism and the large informal healthcare sector. Using a counterfactual framework, this paper estimates treatment effect of eliminating government doctor absenteeism. The effects are measured by changes to the market share of government Bachelor of Medicin...


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.

Overview of doctor-staffed ambulance use in Japan: a nationwide survey and 1-week study.

In Japan, standard prehospital care is provided by emergency medical services teams. Doctor-staffed ambulances play a role in facilitating the immediate treatment of critically ill patients to increase the survival rates. However, little is known about their activities. We revealed the present situation of doctor-staffed ambulances in Japan.

Impact of adverse media reporting on public perceptions of the doctor-patient relationship in China: an analysis with propensity score matching method.

Numerous studies indicate that the doctor-patient relationship in China is facing serious challenges. This study examined the impact of China Central Television's negative coverage of high medicines prices on both doctors' and patients' opinions of the doctor-patient relationship.

What information is communicated by radiation therapists to patients during education sessions on the first day of treatment?

This study examined the content covered by radiation therapists (RTs) during education sessions; the frequency and types of questions asked by patients; and the relationship between patient characteristics and the number of questions asked. Fifty-eight education sessions were audio-recorded and transcribed verbatim. A coding scheme was developed to examine the frequency of topics covered. It comprised 16 topics under four themes: (a) treatment schedule, (b) procedural information, (c) treatment-related side...

Doctors without patients - the background of the Swedish bottom placement in OECD comparison of consultations per doctor.

Sweden ranks low in an international comparison of consultations per doctor. This has several structural reasons. Compared to other countries Sweden reports nearly all physicians, including residents and interns and physicians on parental or sick leave. Information on the number of consultations is gathered from each county's administrative data. No national health insurance registry exists. Telephone consultations are not included. Comparisons of consultations per doctor have several sources of error and d...

Cost-effectiveness analysis of doctor-pharmacist collaborative prescribing for venous thromboembolism in high risk surgical patients.

Current evidence to support cost effectiveness of doctor- pharmacist collaborative prescribing is limited. Our aim was to evaluate inpatient prescribing of venous thromboembolism (VTE) prophylaxis by a pharmacist in an elective surgery pre-admission clinic against usual care, to measure any benefits in cost to the healthcare system and quality adjusted life years (QALYs) of patients.

A Doctor's Foreign Accent Affects Perceptions of Competence.

Many doctors work or train in foreign countries and speak with a foreign accent. People sometimes assume that a person who speaks with a foreign accent possesses negative traits and personality characteristics. The purpose of this study is to test if doctors who speak with a foreign accent are perceived as less competent than doctors who speak with a standard accent. Both Caucasian Canadian and Chinese Canadian undergraduates rated the competence of a doctor speaking English with either a standard Canadian ...

Pathergy testing: prospective comparison of dermatoscopic evaluation and naked eye examination.

Pathergy phenomenon is a non-specific tissue hyperreactivity reaction due to trauma and is a minor diagnostic criterion of Behcet's disease. In this study, 100 patients with a suspicion of Behcet's disease who were referred to Cerrahpasa Medical Faculty Dermatology department between 01.11.2014 and 31.01.2015 are included. Skin pathergy tests were applied to all the patients and results were evaluated by two dermatologists separately at 48th hour, each with naked eye and with dermatoscopy. Test results were...

The Doctor-Patient Relationship With Artificial Intelligence.

The doctor-patient relationship has been evolving from benevolent paternalism to a more patient-centered relationship in the modern era. Although artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to improve nearly every aspect of health care, many physicians are skeptical about integrating AI into their current medical practice. The purpose of this article is to explore what AI means for the doctor-patient relationship and for breast imaging radiologists.

Will a PPI and an aspirin keep the doctor away for patients with Barrett's esophagus?

Who operated on me? What patients understand about surgical trainees.

To evaluate whether information delivered to patients about the level of training of the person operating on them is understandable and meaningful. To establish whether post-operative patients can identify when a doctor, undergoing training in surgery, has performed their surgery. To identify terms that are clear to patients, which can be used to improve understanding.

Illness progression, advance directives, support person: how and when to communicate with the patient? The role of the referring physician and his implication are pivotal for the rise of new medical settings, such as advance directives and the designation of a support person. In his daily professional practice, the family doctor already has the relationship tools to ask the patients those questions. The patients are actually waiting for the physician's initiative on those topics.It can be quite benficial to...

TeleDermatology : The teledermatological solution mSkin® for daily practice.

Health care for the increasing number of patients with chronic illnesses has become a major challenge to the politics of public health, especially in rural areas. Follow-up care for those patients requires a great amount of resources. Apart from managing appointments, patients often have to accept long journeys and waiting times.

Cochlear Implant Practice Patterns: The U.S. Trends with Pediatric Patients.

Many factors affect an individual's outcomes with a cochlear implant (CI); however, quality of device programming and consistency of follow-up appointments have been shown to be crucial contributors. As audiologists' CI caseloads increase, time constraints on appointments also increase, thus fueling the need for efficient and effective programming strategies. Currently, there are no standardized guidelines describing what methods should be used during programming, nor are there standardized schedules that d...

A doctor in social networks: opportunities or limitations?

Social media opens great opportunities in doctors' practice, education and communication with patients. The information is published easily and instantly, just by 'click', but sometimes it's not enough time for the author to think over issues of ethics, compliance with the professional standard, the validity of statements and their reliability. On the other hand, the capabilities of the Internet can detect any publication even after its removal. Currently there are no official guidelines regulating the rule...

Patient Preferences in Office-Based Orthopedic Care: A Prospective Evaluation.

Patient satisfaction has become a topic of interest within orthopedics as the landscape of provider reimbursement continues to evolve to reward value of care. Online internet physician rating sites are becoming increasingly popular ways for patients to subjectively express their provider experience. Understanding what patients value during their episode of care is important in the modern healthcare environment. The purpose of this study is to determine what preferences, if any, patients have when selecting ...

Doctor-patient communication: a review and a rationale for using an assessment framework.

The purpose of this paper is to explore the extent to which improving doctor-patient communication (DPC) can address and alleviate many healthcare delivery inefficiencies.

Virtual outpatient clinic as an alternative to an actual clinic visit after surgical discharge: a randomised controlled trial.

It is standard practice to review all patients following discharge at a follow-up clinic but demands on all health services outweigh resources and unnecessary review appointments may delay or deny access to patients with greater needs.

Where Have All the Patients Gone? Profile of US Adults Who Report Doctor-Diagnosed Arthritis But Are Not Being Treated.

Patients only benefit from clinical management of arthritis if they are under the care of a physician or other health professional.

Discussing factors associated with quality of life in cancer follow-up appointments: a preliminary test of a pragmatic model for clinical practice.

The aim of this study is to perform a preliminary test of a practical, evidence-based model to enable discussions around quality of life-related concerns during cancer follow-up appointments.

The basic legal standards for practicing the doctor profession.

Nowadays, the proper practice of the doctor profession also requires knowledge of the law. The basic legal standards for practicing the doctror profession are set out in the Act on the Medical Profession of 1996. The statutory duties of a physician are primarily related to the rights of the patient. The aim of the article is to present and analyze the most important statutory standards for practicing every doctor in Poland. These include the information obligation and consent to health services as well as r...

Liver Transplant Survival Index for Patients with Model for End-Stage Liver Disease Score ≥35: Modeling Risk and Adjusting Expectations in the Share 35 Era.

The Share 35 policy for liver allocation prioritizes patients with MELD scores ≥35 for regional sharing of liver allografts. To better assess donor-recipient interactions and inform expectations, this study identifies factors affecting graft survival independent of MELD score and derives a risk index for transplantation in the MELD ≥35 population.


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