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An all-too-common pain point for patients is the feeling of being rushed during time with their doctor, particularly when it comes to their primary care provider. You may not have all the time in the world to spend with each patient, but there are some easy ways to make your patient interactions feel less time-crunched. Doggett explains. Remakus agrees.
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However, very few of your patients will have a medical background. You need to convey information in a manner that the patient can comprehend. Remakus says. A skilled physician can be personable and welcoming to those they treat. Doctors can also be active listeners, providing patients an opportunity to explain what they need to share.
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Remakus notes. You also will want to build in time at the end of the interaction for the patient to ask questions about their condition or treatment options. A physician must remember to display active listening and face the patient as they take notes.
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Theater is tough. Toy designing is almost impossible. Some fields like yours are full of opportunity. There is room for growth and intelligence. I have never regretted getting to know a patient. Unlike with physiology or pharmacology, there is no textbook to which to turn. We must carefully observe the behavior of our attendings and residents, learning from the good examples as much as the bad. Most of all however we learn from our patients. They teach us which forms of communication work and which fail. They can provide a never-ending education on life, culture, and humanity.