Patients, physicians and illness

sourcebook in behavioral science and medicine. by E Gartly Jaco

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Includes bibliographies and indexes Doing better and feeling worse: health in the United States / John H. Knowles -- A case for refocussing upstream: the political economy of illness / John B.

McKinlay -- Morbidity in the United States / Philip Cole -- Hospital utilization before Medicare-Medicaid: a baseline study / Carol A. Whitehurst and E. Gartly Jaco Patients The family in health and health Pages: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Doing better and feeling worse: health in the United States / John H.

Knowles --A case for refocussing upstream: the political economy of illness / John B. McKinlay --Morbidity in the United States / Philip Cole --Hospital utilization before Medicare-Medicaid: a baseline.

Patients, Physicians, and Illness: A Sourcebook in Behavioral Science and Health. Patients, physicians, and illness. A sourcebook in behavioral science and health.

3rd edition. This volume should not be mistaken for yet another medical sociology textbook. It is a collection of 27 papers covering a broad spectrum of American medical sociology, most of which were published in Cited by: 1. The Doctor, his Patient and the Illness.

This book arose out of a series of seminars that the author, a psychotherapist, conducted with general practitioners at the Tavistock Clinic in London in the s. At these seminars the GPs presented case reports to discuss aspects of the doctor-patient Cited by: 2. The Reader provides a survey of the challenging issues facing todays health care providers, patients, and caregivers by bringing together moving narratives of illness, commentaries by physicians, debates about complex medical cases /5.

The General Problem; the patient's offers and the doctor's responses; elimination by appropriate physical examinations; incidence and evaluation of neurotic symptoms; level of diagnosis; the collusion of anonymity; the general practitioner and his consultants; the perpetuation of the teacher-pupil relationship; advice and reassurance; "How to Start"; "When to Stop"; the special psychological.

Drug Dealer, MD: How Doctors Were Duped, Patients Got Hooked, and Why It's So Hard to Stop, by Anna Lembke, MD. In Patients Dealer, MD, Dr Lembke, an assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral. Physician Entrepreneurs: The Quality Patient Experience Improve outcomes, boost quality scores, and increase revenue Built around the key areas in the CAHPS survey, this book and tool-packed CD offers quick and easy techniques that physicians and practice staff can use to enhance the patient experience—without sacrificing productivity.

The patient is most often ill or injured and in need of treatment by a physician, advanced practice registered nurse, or other health care provider. Patients’ satisfaction with an encounter with health care service is mainly dependent on the duration and efficiency of care, and how empathetic and communicable the health care providers are.

Personal health records and patient portals are powerful tools for managing your health. If you're like most people, you have a number of health concerns and may visit multiple doctors and pharmacies. Keeping track of it all can be a challenge.

With a personal health record, you can gather — and manage — all that information in one easily. The relationship between doctors and their patients has received philosophical, sociological, and literary attention since Hippocrates, and is the subject of some 8, articles, monographs, chapters, and books in the modern medical literature.

A timely, practical handbook relevant to every medical specialty, Assessing Competence to Consent to Treatment will benefit a wide array of medical practitioners--including physicians, medical 1/5(2).

Books Written by Doctors, Stephanie Shrinks is the story of the struggle of people with mental illness to receive care for their conditions and both patients and doctors. conducted on 39 randomly selected family physician offices and patients, Stewart et al () showed that the degree of patient-centred communication was associated with less discomfort, less concern and better mental health in patients.

Moreover, in terms of reduction of utilisation of health services, it was shown that patients. The personal and economic burden of chronic disease and illness is a serious challenge for Canadians. 1 Public policy has a strong focus on chronic disease, emphasizing health system redesign with the introduction of a series of different health system models to enhance population-based prevention and chronic disease management.

2, 3 As a key provider of chronic care, family medicine is being Cited by:   Clinical accounts of patient–physician conflicts often focus on managing difficult patients. 1 – 4 Articles on conflict that do explore physicians’ negative emotions 5, 6 or take a conflict-resolution approach 7 – 10 recommend that physicians empathize with patients or family members.

However, there is virtually no literature in medicine about how physicians can empathize with their Cited by: Some of the books listed below are written in the voice of a young child with mental illness, some are fictional stories with helpful themes, and some are firsthand accounts written by patients or families about their personal experience with mental illness.

The material in some books. Physicians Criticizing Physicians to Patients. Future health-care reform needs to recognize patient care as a collaborative commitment requiring investment by the clinician, the patient, and. In this readable and thoroughly researched book, Lerner, an associate professor of medicine and public health at Columbia University in New York, describes 13 patients whose illnesses became front-page stories.

Sometimes their stories were Author: Janice Hopkins Tanne. Stay tuned to this page for the launch of our new Patient and Interprofessional Partnership initiative for the delivery of high-quality, patient-centered, interprofessional education resources for internists, patients, and their clinical teams.

Visit ACP’s Patient and Interprofessional Partnership Committee page to learn more about the. Doctors and other health professionals play a major role in ensuring that their patients are aware of the provisions of the Social Security disability programs.

This booklet answers the questions most frequently asked by doctors and other health professionals; e.g., who is eligible; how is. Patient Access connects you to local health services when you need them most.

Book GP appointments, order repeat prescriptions and discover local health services for you or your family via your mobile or home computer. More than physicians commit suicide every year: That’s a higher rate than the national average.

Burnout and mental illness have garnered attention both in the mainstream media and medical journals and threaten to exacerbate a growing primary care physician shortage. But despite widespread recognition of this very real problem, a stigma remains among physicians.

Columbia University Medical Center psychiatrist Dr. Robert Klitzman explores that question in his latest book, “When Doctors Become Patients.” It’s based on Dr. Klitzman’s own experience as a patient, and on interviews with more than 70 men and women who have experienced both sides of medicine, as doctors and as patients.

One with a powerful, interconnected approach to care that revolves around you, the patient. USMD serves Dallas-Fort Worth with more than physicians and advanced practice clinicians who provide health care services in approximately 20 different specialties at nearly 50 physician clinics, many of which are multi-specialty, three imaging.

When integrated into primary care, mental health providers can impact the care of more patients than in the specialty mental health referral sector.

22 In the primary care setting, mental health.