Want to uncover a patient's real problem? Bathe him!

Lowes, Robert
January 2000
Medical Economics;01/24/2000, Vol. 77 Issue 2, p117
Trade Publication
Describes the BATHE primary care technique to address the emotional problems that may underlie a patient's physical symptoms. Questions to evaluate a patient's emotional health; Need for primary care physicians to empathize with their patient's feelings; Physicians' tailoring of the technique to suit their practice needs.


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