Relationships in Medicine: May 2017 Roundup

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Repairing “difficult” patient-clinician relationships involves the clinician acknowledging his/her part in the conflict. By Denise M. Dudzinski, PhD, MTS, Professor & Chair of the Department of Bioethics & Humanities at UW School of Medicine, and Carrol Alvarez, MS, RN.

Prescribing opioids safely: How to have difficult patient conversations. By Roneet Lev, MD.

Carefeed is a “Facebook feed” for patient communication, being piloted in a Denver ER. By Bill Siwicki, (@SiwickiHealthIT).

Rudeness between patients and doctors can affect a medical team’s diagnostic and technical skillsPerri Klass, M.D. (@perriklass) Professor of Journalism and Pediatrics at New York University, writes.

One doctor reflects on what he gains from attending patients’ funerals. By John Loughnane M.D.

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