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A Matter of Trust.

Trust is a fundamental tenet of the patient-physician relationship and is central to providing person-centered care. Because trust is profoundly relational and social, building trust requires navigation around issues of power, perceptions of competence, and the pervasive influence of unconscious bias-processes that are inherently complex and challenging for learners, even under the best of circumstances. The authors examine several of these challenges related to building trust in the patient-physician relat...


Improving the Patient-Physician Relationship in the Digital Era - Transformation From Subjective Questionnaires Into Objective Real-Time and Patient-Specific Data Reporting Tools.

Mediating Roles of Anxiety, Self-Efficacy, and Sleep Quality on the Relationship Between Patient-Reported Physician Empathy and Inflammatory Markers in Ulcerative Colitis Patients.

BACKGROUND Empathy between doctor and patient has an important bearing on patient health. The purpose of this study was to assess whether anxiety, sleep quality, and self-efficacy of patients have mediating effects in the relationship of patient-reported physician empathy and inflammatory factor in ulcerative colitis (UC) patients. MATERIAL AND METHODS This study included 242 patients attended by 45 doctors. Self-reported doctors' empathy ability was measured at patient admission (T1), and patient-reported ...


The effects of shame on subsequent reactions to a trauma analog.

The current study examined the effects of experimentally-induced shame on subsequent reactions to a trauma analog. Participants were 88 college-aged women randomly assigned to a shame prime condition or to a control (neutral) condition. Participants then were presented with an analog trauma audiotape depicting dating violence. Participants reported intrusive thoughts relating to the trauma analog in the two days following the procedure. Negative (shame, guilt) and positive (pride, positive affect) emotions ...

Beyond Better, Safer, Cheaper Health Care: What's Ultimately at Stake?

Health care reform continues to be controversial and divisive and take its toll on physicians, patients, and national unity. An emphasis on efficiency and profit that depersonalizes human interactions hampers building physician-patient relationships grounded in compassion and trust. The authors argue that health care reform will be more effective if it is grounded in and anchored by a physician-patient relationship that is relationally transformative rather than transactionally commercial. This health care ...

Protecting the Sanctity of the Patient-Physician Relationship.

Healing Relationships.

In a 2015 Hastings Center Report essay, Robert Truog and his coauthors argued that the clinical ethics portion of medical education should cast both a wider and a finer net than is sometimes realized. Many of the morally important moments in patient care are missed if we teach only general moral principles, they held; we also need to give attention to an indefinite stream of "microethical" decisions in everyday clinical practice. In the current issue, Truog plays out a similar theme as he discusses the mora...

The Sword of Damocles: Living with Neurofibromatosis Type 1.

Both as a physician and as a patient, having neurofibromatosis type 1 has been an important part of my life. In my practice as a physician and as a professor, I have tried to reflect on the reality of living with a genetic condition and how it affects the way I live and practice medicine.

Can an Evidence-Based Approach Improve the Patient-Physician Relationship?

The Future of Care - Preserving the Patient-Physician Relationship.

What are the ethical and legal considerations when your patient refuses the standard of care?

In medical practice, physicians are sometimes faced with patients who reject the gold-standard treatment for a condition. In this hypothetical clinical scenario, we present the case of a patient who refuses Mohs micrographic surgery for management of infiltrative basal cell carcinoma and instead requests off-label therapy with imiquimod. We discuss the treating dermatologist's options in response to this patient's request and the ethical considerations surrounding the case. We conclude that the physician ha...

Physician satisfaction with health plans: results from a national survey.

Physician satisfaction is associated with patient satisfaction, adherence to treatment recommendations, and quality. However, burnout is prevalent, and physician experience with health plans is likely a key contributor. We explored physician satisfaction with health plans and assessed physician and plan characteristics associated with greater satisfaction.

The glory of the age is the wisdom of grey hair: association of physician appearance with outcomes in hospitalised medical patients - an observational study.

The physical appearance of a physician may influence patients’ perceptions of that physician’s quality of care. There is a lack of studies investigating whether physician appearance is indeed associated with patient satisfaction and mortality.

Exploring the Effects of Patient Activation in Online Health Communities on Patient Compliance.

Online health communities (OHCs) are one of the developments related to online health. Patient compliance plays a vital role in improving health treatment outcomes. Patient activation is associated with patient activities in OHCs, such as physician-patient communication and health information seeking. In other words, OHCs influence patient compliance. Therefore, identifying the relationship between patient activation in OHCs and patient compliance is important for improved health outcomes. This study estab...

Implications of a Novel Method for Analyzing Communication in Routine Veterinary Patient Visits for Veterinary Research and Training.

The patient-centered clinical method (PCCM), a model developed to characterize communication during patient-physician visits in the 1980s, identifies elements of patient-orientated, physician-orientated, and shared dialogue during the encounter. The model also includes elements that reflect the emotional aspects of these interactions, recognizing expressions of feelings and exchanges related to both personal and medical interests. Fifty-five routine veterinary patient visits in the United Kingdom and United...

Does Physician Retirement Affect Patients? A Systematic Review.

Older patients that have aged with their doctors will likely experience their physician retiring. It is unclear if this interruption in continuity of care leaves patients at risk for adverse events or whether a new physician improves care. We sought to identify and synthesize findings from all articles examining the association between physician retirement and patient outcomes.

Outcome Measures in Large-Vessel Vasculitis: Relationship Between Patient, Physician, Imaging, and Laboratory-Based Assessments.

To assess the relationship between measures of disease assessment in patients with large-vessel vasculitis.

The relationship between psychological health and social support: Evidence from physicians in China.

The psychological health (PH) of doctors affects the quality of medical service and is related to the safety of patients. The serious problems with the doctor-patient relationship in China can lead to long-term imbalances in doctor PH, and the poor PH status of doctors has raised scholars' concern. Current research mainly focuses on how factors such as social support and the impact of the residential environment correlate with individual PH. We continue this direction of research to see how the mechanism of...

Impact of a Pediatric-Focused Communication Course on Patient/Caregiver-Perceived Physician Communication Skills in a Pediatric Emergency Department.

To evaluate the impact of a pediatric-focused, relationship-centered communication course on patient/caregiver assessment of emergency department (ED) physician communication skills.

What Medical Students Teach: The Healing Skill of Being a Team Player.

The question, what makes a clinician a healer? may evoke the image of a devoted physician paying a critically important home visit at the end of a long day or the image of an astute nurse-steadfast, empathic, anticipating the patient's needs before they become apparent to others. But health care is no longer provided by lone doctors or nurses. In the modern health care system, multiple professionals must work together to provide safe and effective care. The moral nature of healing has not changed. But what ...

The formation of physician patient sharing networks in medicare: Exploring the effect of hospital affiliation.

This study explores the forces that drive the formation of physician patient sharing networks. In particular, I examine the degree to which hospital affiliation drives physicians' sharing of Medicare patients. Using a revealed preference framework where observed network links are taken to be pairwise stable, I estimate the physicians' pair-specific values using a tetrad maximum score estimator that is robust to the presence of unobserved physician specific characteristics. I also control for a number of pot...

The Influence of Physician Information on Patients' Choice of Physician in mHealth Services Using China's Chunyu Doctor App: Eye-Tracking and Questionnaire Study.

Mobile health (mHealth) is becoming more popular as a way of sharing medical information. For the patient, it saves time, reduces the need for travel, reduces the cost of searching for information, and brings medical services "to your fingertips." However, it also brings information overload and makes the patient's choice of physician more difficult.

Healing architecture and psychiatric practice: (re)ordering work and space in an in-patient ward in Denmark.

Healing architecture is a defining feature of contemporary hospital design in many parts of the world, with psychiatric in-patient facilities in Denmark at the forefront of this innovation. The approach rests on the contention that designed clinical spaces and the particular dispositions they express may promote patient recovery. Although the idea that health may be spatially mediated is well-established, the means of this mediation are far from settled. This article contributes to this debate by analysing ...

Fatigue, burnout, work environment, workload and perceived patient safety culture among critical care nurses.

A study was conducted to explore whether fatigue, workload, burnout and the work environment can predict the perceptions of patient safety among critical care nurses in Oman. A cross-sectional predictive design was used. A sample of 270 critical care nurses from the two main hospitals in the country's capital participated, with a response rate of 90%. The negative correlation between fatigue and patient safety culture (= -0.240) indicates that fatigue has a detrimental effect on nurses' perceptions of safet...

The importance of communication between physicians and patients.

The importance of communication between physicians and patients The communication between physician and patient is the basement of good medical care. That is why communication skills are seen as a core competence of medical professionals. Communication has an impact on medical treatment and patient outcomes, creates confidence and prevents medical errors. Both, patient and physician centred communication, enables the physician to establish a diagnosis by history taking alone in up to 80 % of all consultati...


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