Bucher fremdsprachig wahlen sie die abteilung aus in der sie suchen mochten. Ofri seeks to humanize a profession often seen as haughty privileged uncommunicative and indifferent to criticism washington post ofriargues that the conversations doctors have with their patients are the most important part of a medical visit. Measuring the wonders of an empathetic ear in the doctors office by libby copeland washington post if youve switched physicians in search of someone more caring or left an exam feeling unseen and unheard you will find much to appreciate in danielle ofris perceptive book what patients say what doctors hear. I read what patients say what doctors hear to get a doctors perspective to see if theres anything i can do to improve these conversations solomon discusses the many things doctors are thinking about and two chronic medical conditions ive had since childhood keep me in a regular rotation of doctor offices. However what patients say and what doctors hear are often two vastly different things patients anxious to convey their symptoms feel an urgency to make their case to their doctors doctors under pressure to be efficient multitask while patients speak and often miss the key elements
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