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- Tribute. Curry, Barbara Hasko // Annals of Internal Medicine;7/1/93, Vol. 119 Issue 1, p86
Presents an article concerning the sharing of emotions between a physician and a patient. Views on dealing with the grief of family members who lost a loved one.
- COMUNICAREA VEÅžTILOR PROASTE ÃŽN PRACTICA MEDICALÄ‚. Niţu, Mimi; Călăraşii, Cristina; Olteanu, Mihai; Golii, Andreea; Olteanu, Mădălina; Marinaş, Raluca; Didilescu, Cristian // Romanian Medical Journal;2012, Vol. 59 Issue 3, p201
It is difficult and unconfortable to deliver bad news in all medical ares especially in oncology even though we are referring to diagnosis, reccurences, disease progression or transition to paleation comunication. In any situation, this is a difficult and stressfull task. Studies showed that 42%...
- Such Sweet Sorrow. Zahid, Mohammad Faizan // Journal of Palliative Medicine;Oct2015, Vol. 18 Issue 10, p897
The poem "Such Sweet Sorrow," by Mohammad Faizan Zahid is presented. First Line: You gave me life, you gave me power; Last Line: And now you live in me, like 23 years ago, I lived in you.
- Delivering Bad News and Precepting Student/Resident Learners. Ambuel, Bruce // Journal of Palliative Medicine;Apr2003, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p265
Presents a guide on how physicians can ease the process of delivering bad news to a patient. Ways on how to prepare to discuss negative test results; Steps to follow when discussing bad news.
- “I'm Sorry To Tell You…” Physicians' Reports of Breaking Bad News. Ptacek, J.T.; Ptacek, John J.; Ellison, Neil M. // Journal of Behavioral Medicine;Apr2001, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p205
In this investigation the authors assessed what physicians do when planning for and delivering bad news to patients. Seventy-three physicians responded to a series of statements about the behaviors, thoughts, and feelings they might have had while preparing for and delivering bad...
- How to give patients bad news. Lowes, Robert L. // Medical Economics;4/29/96, Vol. 73 Issue 8, p68
Presents guidelines for physicians when breaking bad news to patients.al needs when giving bad news. Setting the stage and timing; Choice of words; Keeping hope alive; Discussion of treatment options.
- Delivering Bad News. // Einstein Quarterly: Journal of Biology & Medicine;1999, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p169
Editorial. Comments on issues associated with delivering of bad news focusing on doctor-patient relationships. Personal anecdotes by the author on delivering bad news; Insights on several medical literature tackling delivering bad news; Ways to improve discussing distressing information with...
- Finding the best way for doctors to deliver bad news. // GP: General Practitioner;10/6/2003, p28
Male doctors are more likely to deliver bad news in an abrupt manner, according to a Great Britain study. Psychologists at the universities of Coventry, Warwick and Leicester set up mock consultations using actors as patients. Psychologists looked at the speech and body language of 32 male and...
- ABSTRACTS. // Gerontologist;Oct2000 Special Issue, Vol. 40, p151
Presents several abstracts about emotions and grief. `Traumatic Grief: An Examination of the Role of Emotion Dysregulation on Symptom Development,' by Nancy L. Zucker, Jennifer Q. Morse, Christine M. Vitt and Thomas R. Lynch; `Adjustment to Widowhood: A Dynamical Systems Approach to Emotion...