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Problems in Doctor/Patient Encounters: Learning from One Another (11 Parts)

Synopsis
A series of teaching tapes dealiing with the doctor/patient relationship. The series consists of a preview/introduction tape and ten individual case studies which include the consultation as well as pre- and post-consultation interviews with each patient. The series aims 1) to explore, by means of interviews recorded before and after consultation with their GPs, patients’ views of illness and treatment; 2) to demonstrate the relationship between aspects of process in the consultation and the patients’ perception of the outcome; 3) to encourage health professionals to value the patients’ view of the illness; 4) to provide teachers of general practice with professionally recorded consultations.
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Medium
Video; Videocassette. VHS. col. 11 x 25 min.
Year of production
1987
Availability
Sale
Notes
Reviewed by James Knox in ‘Medical Teacher’ Vol 11, No 1 (1989)
Reviewed by Ros Meek in ‘Health Visitor’ Vol 61 (May 1988).
Documentation
Teaching notes included.
Uses
GPs, health visitors, district nurses in training.*
Subjects
Medical sciences
Keywords
consultation; doctor-patient relationships; general practice; interpersonal skills; interview techniques

Credits

Contributor
P D Campion

Sponsor

Name

Beecham Research

Distributor

Name

Royal Society of Medicine Services Ltd

Phone
020 7408 2119
Fax
020 7355 3198
Address
LONDON
W1M 8AE

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