"MUNICATION": Making Your Point but Missing the Patient

Plotnikoff, Gregory
December 2006
Minnesota Medicine;Dec2006, Vol. 89 Issue 12, p40
The article provides an overview of the different approaches effective in patient communication. These categories involve the logical and personal facts and opinions which coordinates with the clinical information interviewing and processing. In view of this, physicians should consider the potency of their words as it is the primary factor in the enhancement of communication between patient and medical practitioners.


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