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In this article, the patient-centred clinical method is described in operational terms. Definitions are given for the patient's expectations, feelings and fears. The physician behaviours described are: facilitations, acknowledgements, cut-offs and returns. Using the definitions, a method was...
A postal questionnaire about knowledge, beliefs, and experiences of bowel function was returned by 171 patients aged 55 years and over from a group general practice in London. Of the respondents, 10% reported no predictable frequency of movement, a higher proportion being women than men; 79%...
This study highlights the large number of pregnant women in Belfast who fall into the ‘at risk’ category based on socioeconomic factors and suggests a need for greater emphasis on health education by professionals in both the fields of health and education in order to improve the knowledge and...
In The Netherlands more than 99% of newborn babies (around 170000 per annum) undergo a blood test screening for congenital hypothyroidism (combined with a test for phenylketonuria). In 1982 around 1000 children were referred to a paediatrician after a positive screening result which was later...
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