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From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. 22 other sections not shown. Other editions - View all. Achieving Patient Compliance: The Psychology of the Medical Practitioner's Role M. Robin DiMatteo, David Dante DiNicola Snippet view - Common terms and phrases. Any person serious about exploring and rethinking the future of medical practice should read this book. It is not a "how to" text, but a philosophical, ethics-oriented work that contributes immensely to the national dialogue on the future of U.S. healthcare — and where the people want it to go. The book concludes with three appendixes, listing information systems vendors, psychometric instruments, and Internet addresses, all of which may be useful to readers. Keeping in mind the perils of unanimous agreement when it comes to the changing behavioral health care environments, one can find much of merit in Surviving the Demise of Solo Author: Richard J. Moldawsky. Methods. An online survey was administered to residents, fellows, and staff physicians who had completed or were completing residency during one of three eras of training: before the hour work week, after the hour work week (instituted in ), and after the hour limit on continuous shifts for interns (instituted in ).Author: Carolyn M. Larsen, Meltiady Issa, Ivana T. Croghan, Tamara E. Buechler, M. Caroline Burton.
If so, then everything is up for grabs. Everything. From blood transfusions and addiction medicine to fertility therapies and weight loss therapies because it all depends on how you interpret any given scripture. The only religion that my patients see me practice is medicine. Anything else, in my opinion, is malpractice. INTRODUCTION When a person leaves the culture in which he was born and raised and migrates to another, he usually experiences his new social setting as something strange—and in some ways threatening—and he is stimulated to master it by conscious efforts at understanding. To some extent every immigrant to the United States reacts in this manner to the American by: Providing care to older patients seems to be a hot-button issue for the medical profession. Medscape's recent Ethics Survey showed that physicians were divided on whether older patients. This book has been written for a variety of practitioners and students representing the many disciplines involved in the fields of health promotion and education, public health, nursing, medicine, psychology, medical anthropology, sociology, social work, dentistry, physical therapy, radiologic technology, and all other helping professions that.