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- The `right kind' of pain: talking about symptoms in outpatient oncology consultations. Rogers, MS; Todd, CJ // Palliative Medicine;Jul2000, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p299
Investigates the process of communication between cancer patients and oncologists during consultations in outpatient clinics. Definition and identification of pain as a substantial topic; Importance of exploring patient's pain; Predominance of doctor-initiated questions; Emphasis on holistic care.
- Deserted. Brewin, Thurstan // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);01/13/2001, Vol. 322 Issue 7278, p117
Focuses on the need of patients with cancer and their relatives to receive regular visits from the family practitioner. Possible reasons that physicians do not visit cancer patients; The negative impact on the patient and their family; Importance of the relationship between doctors and their...
- RelaÃ§Ã£o mÃ©dico-paciente em oncologia: medos, angÃºstias e habilidades comunicacionais de mÃ©dicos na cidade de Fortaleza (CE). Carvalho Heil Silva, Carlos Maximiliano Gaspar; Rodrigues, Camila Herculano Soares; Lima, Jussiê Correia; Hortêncio Jucá, Natália Braga; Augusto, Kathiane Lustosa; Lino, Carolina Arcanjo; Carvalho, Amanda Gisele Nobre; de Andrade, Filipe Castro; Rodrigues, Josiane Vasconcelos; Caprara, Andrea // Revista CiÃªncia & SaÃºde Coletiva;2011, Vol. 16 Issue 1S, p1457
In oncology the doctor-patient relationship has a particular importance due to the gravity of the illness and to the stigma that is followed many times by the experience of the patient. This research was designed to analyze perceptions and difficulties that doctors face when they are dealing...
- Tell Me the Truth: Conversations with My Patients about Life and Death. Stafford, Reviewed by: Jensy; Selvaggi, Kathy J // Journal of Palliative Medicine;Apr2012, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p499
The article reviews the book "Tell Me the Truth: Conversations With My Patients About Life and Death," by Ranjana Srivastava.
- Using CD disc recordings in oncology... Adamson, Douglas J. // BMJ: British Medical Journal;4/5/2014, Vol. 348 Issue 7952, p22
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Patientgate" which is about the use of digital recordings for complex consultations by G. Elwyn in the March 11, 2014 issue.
- How doctors might further improve patient care. Burgess, Jennifer; Davies, Mark // BMJ: British Medical Journal;4/5/2014, Vol. 348 Issue 7952, p22
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Patientgate"which discusses the use of digital recordings for complex consultations by G. Elwyn in the March 11, 2014 issue.
- Cancer program carefully monitored for best results. // Hospice Management Advisor;Dec2008, Vol. 13 Issue 12, p141
The article reports that a navigator program called CancerConnections is being established by the OhioHealth Cancer Services in Columbus to educate and support cancer patients. It notes that an acuity measurement tool was implemented to help staff monitor their workload and to assure that the...
- Doctor-Patient Communication without Family Is Most Frequently Practiced in Patients with Malignant Tumors in Home Medical Care Settings. Takuma Kimura; Teruhiko Imanaga; Makoto Matsuzaki // Tohoku Journal of Experimental Medicine;Jan2014, Vol. 232 Issue 1, p21
Promotion of home medical care is absolutely necessary in Japan where is a rapidly aging society. In home medical care settings, triadic communications among the doctor, patient and the family are common. And "communications just between the doctor and the patient without the family"...
- Shared Decision Making for Treatment of Cancer: Challenges and Opportunities. Katz, Steven J.; Belkora, Jeffrey; Elwyn, Glyn // Journal of Oncology Practice;May2014, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p206
The author discusses the increasing pressure on physicains to engage patients and their families in treatment decision making due to the growing emphasis on patient-centered oncology care. Topics discussed include objectives of shared decision making (SDM) with patients, improving measurement of...