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Patient relations

Sep 2006 Issue
Improving Communication With Older Patients: Tips From the Literature [Feature]

Poor communication with this vulnerable and growing population can undermine your efforts to provide good patient care.


Jun 2006 Issue
Dressed to Ill [The Last Word]

If a shirt and tie are too formal and jeans and a T-shirt are too casual, what's a doctor to do?


Apr 2006 Issue
Turning Frustration Into Fulfillment [The Last Word]

When we invite our patients to be part of the solution, even difficult encounters can become rewarding.


Mar 2006 Issue
EHRs in the Exam Room: Tips on Patient-Centered Care [Feature]

With a thoughtful approach, you can maintain your focus on the patient.


Mar 2006 Issue
Disabled ... or Otherwise Enabled? [Editorial]

Family physicians have become the arbiters of disability, and it's a tough job. There may be some instances in which we disadvantage our patients by categorizing them as disabled.


Feb 2006 Issue
Doctorhood and Motherhood [The Last Word]

Medicine and parenting possess many similarities, but they differ in at least one significant way.


Jan 2006 Issue
The Firing Squad [The Last Word]

Breaking up is hard to do, even with difficult patients.


Oct 2005 Issue
A Must-Do List for the Departing Physician [Feature]

From tail coverage to giving notice, here’s how to prepare yourself, your partners and your patients for your departure.


Sep 2005 Issue
Terminating a Patient: Is It Time to Part Ways? [Feature]

A standardized approach will help you determine whether your relationship is broken and what to do about it.


Apr 2005 Issue
Keys to Improving Your Listening Skills [Improving Patient Care]

The article explains the importance of listening in patient care and offers tips to help physicians improve their skills in this area.


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