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Title The Doctor His Patient and the Illness
Author Michael Balint
Publisher
Release 2000
Category Medical
Total Pages 416
ISBN 9780443064609
Language English, Spanish, and French
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First published in 1957, with a slight update in 1964, this text remains one of the standard works on the doctor patient relationship (largely as found in general practice). This edition provides a descriptive analysis of the doctor-patient relationship, with practical advice on the potential and limits to the doctors involvement with the patient.

Title The Doctor His Patient and the Illness
Author Michael Balint
Publisher
Release 1964
Category Medicine
Total Pages 395
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Books Reconsidered by Patrick Pietroni

Title Books Reconsidered
Author Patrick Pietroni
Publisher
Release 1989
Category
Total Pages 5
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Doctor and His Patient by Samuel William Bloom

Title The Doctor and His Patient
Author Samuel William Bloom
Publisher
Release 1965
Category Hospitals
Total Pages 266
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title The New Doctor Patient Illness Model
Author Peter Bailey
Publisher CRC Press
Release 2019-05-20
Category Medical
Total Pages 168
ISBN 1909368210
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"Peter's thoughtful model will hopefully enable future practitioners of medicine to argue against any retrograde move towards paternalism and authoritarianism."- Jonathan Silverman, author of Skills for Communicating with Patients, from the Foreword. This inspirational guide provides an innovative framework for understanding the consultation. It is concise, easy-to-read and highly accessible, presenting a simple and easily remembered non-linear diagram which facilitates the understanding of this richly complex process.Inspired by the work of Balint, it beautifully reflects the narrative of the

Doctors and Patients by J. Bergsma

Title Doctors and Patients
Author J. Bergsma
Publisher Springer Science & Business Media
Release 2012-12-06
Category Medical
Total Pages 202
ISBN 9401156565
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Patients have personal strategies in solving the problems concerning their illness. Doctors have personal and professional strategies in solving the problems with their patients. This book explores the problematic triangle between doctors, patients and the illness, using illustrations from internal medicine, nephrology, cardiology, oncology and neurology. Enhancement of the doctor-patient interaction is an important contribution to the mutual reduction of stress and therefore the improvement of the course of (long-term) illness. The first part of the book describes reasons why the partnership between doctor and patient should be improved. The second part offers concrete and practical options to achieve that improvement.

Title The Sociology of Health and Illness
Author Michael Bury
Publisher Psychology Press
Release 2004
Category Medical
Total Pages 396
ISBN 9780415257558
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This collection of both classic writings and more recent articles in the sociology of health and illness includes a number of different perspectives on health and illness.

Title Learning about Emotions in Illness
Author Peter Shoenberg
Publisher Routledge
Release 2014-03-26
Category Medical
Total Pages 156
ISBN 113615762X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Good communication between the doctor and patient is essential for the patient to establish a trusting relationship with their doctor and to make the best use of the appropriate treatment. Traditional methods for teaching communication skills have focused on simulated clinical situations in which students learn how to improve their communication, with actors playing the part of the patients, rather than from live experiences with patients. Psychodynamic psychotherapy, with its emphasis on learning to reflect on experiences, offers the student the possibility of learning from a real experience with a patient. Such opportunities allow students to learn directly about patients’ emotions, as well as to appreciate their own emotional responses to illness and to communicate better with their patients. In this book, Peter Shoenberg, Jessica Yakeley, and their contributors who include students and teachers, discuss two different teaching approaches developed at University College London to help medical students understand the role of emotions in illness, communicate more effectively, and gain a deeper understanding of the doctor patient relationship. The benefits of Ball, Wolff and Tredgold’s Student Psychotherapy Scheme are considered alongside Shoenberg and Suckling’s short term student Balint discussion group scheme to provide clear guidance about how psychotherapeutic understanding can be used to inform medical education, with positive results. At a time when medicine is becoming increasingly technological and there is a growing demand by the public for more psychologically minded doctors, this book will be a key resource for physicians, general practitioners, psychologists, psychiatrists and psychotherapists who are involved in medical teaching and for medical students.

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