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Patient relations

September/October 2019 Issue
Three Essential Skills for a Doctor That I Learned From an After-School Job as a Youth [The Last Word]

The most unlikely of past experiences can shape who we are as physicians.


July/August 2019 Issue
Communication Tips for Caring for Survivors of Sexual Assault [Feature]

You can support your patients’ recovery from sexual assault by interacting with them in an empowering, compassionate manner.


July/August 2019 Issue
How to Identify, Understand, and Unlearn Implicit Bias in Patient Care [Feature]

Taking steps to recognize and correct unconscious assumptions toward groups can promote health equity.


January/February 2019 Issue
High-Maintenance Patients [The Last Word]

Don't let their bad behavior make you a bad doctor.


September/October 2018 Issue
Physician-Patient Communication: A Family Medicine Strength [From the Editor]

But there is always room for improvement.


July/August 2018 Issue
Patient Inducements: The New Dos and Don'ts [Feature]

The limits on giving free goods and services to Medicare and Medicaid patients are complex. Here’s how to avoid regulatory trouble.


March/April 2018 Issue
What to Do When Emotions Run High in the Exam Room [The Last Word]

Step one: Don't ignore it.


January/February 2018 Issue
Is It Ethical to Accept Gifts From Patients? [The Last Word]

To make the right decision, first consider the patient’s motives.


January/February 2018 Issue
Getting to No: How to Respond to Inappropriate Patient Requests [Feature]

The five-step “FAVER” approach can help you say no to uncomfortable requests while preserving the patient relationship.


September/October 2017 Issue
Reducing Frustration and Increasing Fulfillment: Reframing [Feature]

To better handle challenging patients or situations, try modifying the way you view them.


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