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Title Challenges and solutions in patient-centered care : a case book / edited by Judith Belle Brown, Moira Stewart and W. Wayne Weston
Published Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, 2018
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Contents Introduction. Understanding both the patient's disease and illness experience. Understanding the whole person. Finding common ground. Incorporating prevention and health promotion. Enhancing the patient-doctor relationship. Being realistic
Summary Series Editors: Moira Stewart, Judith Belle Brown and Thomas R Freeman The application of the patient-centered clinical method has received international recognition. This book introduces and fully examines the patient-centered clinical method and illustrates how it can be applied in primary care. It presents case examples of the many problems encountered in patient-doctor interactions and provides ideas for dealing with these more effectively. It covers a wide range of topics and issues including palliative care, abuse, dying patients, ethical challenges and the role of self-awareness. Many narratives originate from patients' and family members' experiences, providing perspectives of great power and value. The Patient-Centered Care series is of great value to all health professionals, teachers and students in primary care.℗
Notes "First published 2002 by Radcliffe Publishing."
Online resource; title from PDF title page (Taylor & Francis, viewed August 13, 2019)
Subject Physician and patient
Physician and patient.
Form Electronic book
Author Brown, Judith Belle, editor.
Stewart, Moira, editor.
Weston, Wayne, editor
ISBN 1315325217
1315344203
1315375966
1498794068
9781315325217
9781315344201
9781315375960
9781498794060