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Doctors, Are You Listening to Your Patients? Communication From the Patient’s Perspective Part 4

7. Give me clear instructions. Use language I can understand. Give me my diagnosis; help me understand the treatment plan, and tell me the next steps. If I am receiving drugs known to be at high risk for errors, give … Continue reading

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Doctors, Are You Listening to Your Patients? Communication From the Patient’s Perspective Part 3

Here’s what doctors need to know – from your perspective, as a patient. Imagine what your health care would be like if all doctors read this article. 5. Give me education. Providing education at appointments and discharge from a healthcare … Continue reading

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Doctors, Are You Listening to Your Patients? Communication From the Patient’s Perspective Part 2

Here’s what doctors need to know – from your perspective, as a patient. Imagine what your health care would be like if all doctors read this article. 3. Tell me about the risks/options. Ask me to bring a family member … Continue reading

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Women Make Teams Smarter

New Harvard research looked at how teams perform. “The methodology: People aged 18-60 were provided IQ tests and assigned randomly into teams. Teams were evaluated with a collective IQ score as well, after being asked to complete tasks (brainstorming, decision … Continue reading

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