Crammer's Corner

Rughani, Amar
March 2009
InnovAiT;Mar2009, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p195
Academic Journal
The article stresses the importance of using a holistic approach in general medical practice. It stresses that in this approach, general practitioners (GP) need to show a good deal of empathy and sensitivity. The three major themes of holistic approach in family medicine are described, which include enquiries into both physical and psychological aspects of the patient's problem.


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