Relationships in Medicine: April 2017 Roundup

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Best Practices in Relational Skills Training for Medical Trainees and Providers: a recent Academic Pediatrics article written by Eran Magen, PhD, (@eranmagen) Scientific Director of the Center for Supportive Relationships, and Horace M. DeLisser, MD, Associate Dean for Professionalism and Humanism at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine.

Millennial physicians are dissatisfied with current state of medicine, in part because administrative tasks decrease time with patients, according to a recent AMA article by Robert Nagler Miller.

Reflection and connection through prose is one strategy a psychologist uses to cope after her patient passes away. Written by Hedy S. Wald, PhD (@hedy_wald)

Time management tips to enhance physician-patient relationships include having doctor and patient review and update electronic health records together. By David A. Lee.

Doctor Patient Relationships, a new article in Philosophy Now magazine, outlines

The 3 primary doctor-patient relationship types: Paternalistic, radical individualism, and shared decision-making, according to a Philosophy Now article by Paul Walker.


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