Clinical context

Chin, Jane Y.
January 2007
Pharmaceutical Representative;Jan2007, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p30
The article focuses on the most important part of a clinical study to present to physicians. It is important to look at the clinical context in which doctors practice to assess what is most important to physicians. Observing and listening carefully during each interaction is also important to gain a sense of clinical context.


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