The New R and R

Lewis, Wendy
June 2013
Plastic Surgery Practice;Jun2013, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p26
In the article, the author offers information on negative content posted about health care practitioners online. She mentions that the negative feedback content can directly affect the success of health care practitioners. she suggest some ways to deal with negative content including take good care of patients, reply and mention uncomplimentary posts and reply with positive content.


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