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Year Number of Results
1946 3
1947 1
1948 2
1949 2
1950 1
1951 7
1952 9
1953 8
1954 7
1955 4
1956 7
1957 7
1958 10
1959 31
1960 63
1961 63
1962 78
1963 184
1964 288
1965 221
1966 342
1967 532
1968 517
1969 583
1970 510
1971 667
1972 786
1973 882
1974 972
1975 754
1976 579
1977 615
1978 591
1979 781
1980 816
1981 664
1982 628
1983 646
1984 579
1985 634
1986 658
1987 750
1988 786
1989 838
1990 1020
1991 1063
1992 1107
1993 1259
1994 1318
1995 1336
1996 1350
1997 1440
1998 1468
1999 1675
2000 1758
2001 1756
2002 1911
2003 1965
2004 2064
2005 2167
2006 2231
2007 2211
2008 2438
2009 2465
2010 2441
2011 2537
2012 2626
2013 2565
2014 2720
2015 2630
2016 2551
2017 2385
2018 2209
2019 879
2020 28
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Patient response to physician expressions of uncertainty: a systematic review.
McGovern R and Harmon D. Ir J Med Sci 2017 - Review. PMID 28271278
Key search terms included uncertainty, physician uncertainty, patient attitude, patient confidence and patient satisfaction. ...CONCLUSIONS: Uncertainty is a ubiquitous feature of medicine and more research should examine how physician's expressions of uncertainty affect patients....
Key search terms included uncertainty, physician uncertainty, patient attitude, patient confidence and patient s …
What to do when a patient wants to record a patient-physician interaction in the emergency department.
Nolan B, et al. CJEM 2018 - Review. PMID 28506329
With no such governance for the general public, patients generally have greater freedom to record a patient-physician interaction. ...Patients are legally allowed to record a patient-physician interaction without consent of their physician, because the patient can provide the "one-party consent" for the conversation to be recorded. ...
With no such governance for the general public, patients generally have greater freedom to record a patient-physician interact …
Effective Patient-Physician Communication Based on Osteopathic Philosophy in Caring for Elderly Patients.
Noll DR, et al. J Am Osteopath Assoc 2016 - Review. PMID 26745563
The patient-physician communication styles of Andrew Taylor Still, MD, DO, and early osteopathic physicians (ie, DOs) may have influenced how DOs today communicate with their patients. ...The Osteopathic Oath, which calls for the DO to view the patient as a friend, may also affect patient-physician communication. ...
The patient-physician communication styles of Andrew Taylor Still, MD, DO, and early osteopathic physicians (ie, DOs) may have …
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Nelson JD. Ocul Surf 2017. PMID 28807793
The physician-patient relationship in dementia care.
Blass DM. Neurotherapeutics 2007 - Review. PMID 17599720
Medical care of patients with dementia often occurs within a physician-patient relationship whose features differ from relationships with patients without dementia. Many basic assumptions of the physician-patient relationship may not completely hold true, and certain aspects of the patient role may be shared by others besides the patient. ...
Medical care of patients with dementia often occurs within a physician-patient relationship whose features differ from relatio …
[Physician-patient relations].
de Carvalho HM. Rev Hosp Clin Fac Med Sao Paulo 1971. PMID 5553903 Portuguese.
A Blessing
Ross JA. Tex Heart Inst J 2017. PMID 29259497 Free PMC article.
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