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A Critical Analysis of Communication in the Field of Medicine
|dc.description.abstract||The doctor-patient relation is one that calls for the clear, precise, and complete transmission and reception of information. In arriving at a diagnosis and formulating a plan of treatment, the physician must elicit and use reliable information about the medical (and social) history of the patient. The patient for his part, must understand what is asked of him and what is told to him if he is to cooperate fully with the physician in their common undertaking.|
|dc.publisher||University of Hawaii at Manoa|
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|dc.title||A Critical Analysis of Communication in the Field of Medicine|
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