March 2004
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;3/16/2004, Vol. 170 Issue 6, p1064
Academic Journal
Presents an article on the association of electronics with the job description of physicians. Impact of the nature of the profession on the lifestyle of medical personnel; Disadvantage of the availability of electronics to the profession.


Related Articles

  • Gastroenterology and the law. Cifarelli, Philip S. // American Journal of Gastroenterology;Apr1983, Vol. 78 Issue 4, p251 

    Presents two legal cases regarding professional relationships between physicians and patients. Moritz v. Medical Arts Clinic; Payton v. Weaver.

  • Ban the bad-mannered for good. Farrell, Liam // GP: General Practitioner;10/6/2003, p31 

    The article focuses on the relationship between a physician and his patient. The author was lamenting to an American colleague about how awfully rude patients could be. The doctor-patient relationship in his practice had not degenerated to the same level as his American colleague's.

  • An offer be couldn't refuse. del Giorno Jr., Thomas G. // Medical Economics;9/1/2006, Vol. 83 Issue 17, p72 

    The article relates the author's interpersonal relations with his patient in the U.S. The author provides information on how his patient influence his life as a physician. He has encouraged his patient to engage in the community service which involved visiting homebound and very poor people....

  • Say It Like You Mean It! Kraus, Ira // Podiatry Management;Jan2006, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p69 

    The article deals with the importance for podiatrists to use the correct words when communicating with patients. A list of words that should and should not be used during presentations to patients is given. A sample presentation by a podiatrist to a patient is presented. It is suggested to...

  • commentary. O'Brien, Richard L. // Hastings Center Report;Nov/Dec2006, Vol. 36 Issue 6, p14 

    The article comments on the issue regarding the rights of patients to subject themselves for pedagogical purposes. The doctor in-charge should explain to the patient the roles of the medical team. After explaining, if the patient refuses to accept the medical team in her room, the patient's...

  • From Co-opetition to Collaboration. LeTourneau, Barbara // Journal of Healthcare Management;May/Jun2004, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p147 

    Discusses physician-executive relations from the concept of co-opetition to collaboration. Comparison between a partnership that is not based on trust and a trusting relationship; Presentation of strategies for fostering a relationship that is built on mutual good will; Significance of forming a...

  • Opinion: The Mr and Mrs of pleasing every single patient. Selby, Mary // GP: General Practitioner;4/9/2010, p30 

    The author comments on the dilemma of pleasing every patients. She says that morning surgery lasts till noon, and by that time she consumes three pints of tea. Some of her clients want her in the middle of the day, whilst others want her after school so she can bring the triplets and get four...

  • 5 rules for managing tough patients. Abraham, Titus // Medical Economics;9/2/2005, Vol. 82 Issue 17, p49 

    Presents tips on how physicians can manage their patients in the United States. Importance of understanding physician's own limitations and personality; Importance of knowing the medical and psychiatric history of patients; Demonstration of compassion to patients.

  • Want LTC Referral Relationships With Agents? Follow The Etiquette. Moldenhauer, Moira // National Underwriter / Life & Health Financial Services;1/24/2005, Vol. 109 Issue 3, p20 

    This article suggests that to become a trusted long term care specialist who receives referrals from primary agents, a specialist needs to follow some very good rules of relationships with referring agents. The specialist also should make a point to support the primary doctor-patient...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics