By Mitchell D. Feldman, John F. Christensen
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Do you know anyone who’s had something like this? What concerns you most about it? Physicians tend to resist full disclosure of patient concerns with questions, explanations, or premature reassurance. This may help reduce physician anxiety but is rarely helpful for patients who are hearing bad news for the first time. Even with careful explanations, many patients are unable to assimilate much information at the time bad news is given. ”). About a third of the time, physicians and patients have a different understanding of the extent of the disease and the intent of treatment; progress notes in the form of stage-specific treatment plans may help.
Behavioral Medicine in Primary Care: A Practical Guide by Mitchell D. Feldman, John F. Christensen