Relationships in Medicine: February 2017 Roundup

Top tweets from our Relationships in Medicine Twitter page: @SUPR_Medicine

She Nearly Died at Her Own Hospital, and it Taught Her How to be a Better Doctor: a moving article about Dr. Rana Adwish, MD, Director of the Pulmonary Hypertension Program and Critical Care Medicine at Henry Ford Medical Center. Reported in an article by James Gaines (@the_jmgaines).

3 Steps for Managing Emotionally Intense Conversations with Patients includes tips and helpful videos for working with emotionally-distraught patients. By Dr. Eran Magen, PhD, Scientific Director of the Center for Supportive Relationships (@SUPR_Medicine)

Do Your Patients Know What’s in in for Them? Articulating the Value of Patients First, can improve compliance and improve rapport with patients.¬†By Frieda Wiley, PharmD, BCGP, RPh (@Frieda_Wiley) and Geri Lynn Baumblatt, MA.

The Conversation Placebo: a thought-provoking NYT article about the pain-relieving effects of meaningful doctor-patient conversations, written by Dr. Danielle Ofri, MD (@danielleofri)

Can Looking at Art Make for Better Doctors? University of Melbourne has its medical students go to art galleries to encourage empathy. By Dr. Heather Gaunt, PhD.


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