6 edition of The Doctor, His Patient and The Illness found in the catalog.
April 7, 2000 by Churchill Livingstone .
Written in English
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The Doctor, His Patient and The Illness: Medicine & Health Science Books @ ed by: The Doctor, His Patient and the Illness. Descriptive analysis of the doctor-patient relationship (largely as found in general practice). With practical advice on the potential and limits to the doctors involvement with the patient.4/5(25).
The Doctor, His Patient and The Illness, 2nd Edition Author: John Balint Descriptive analysis of the doctor-patient relationship (largely as found in general practice). With practical advice on the potential and limits to the doctors involvement with the more5/5(1).
Introduction. The General Problem. The Patients Offers and the Doctors Responses. Elimination by Appropriate Physical examination. 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. 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 The Doctor of the teacher-pupil relationship; advice and reassurance; "How to Start"; "When.
The Doctor, his Patient and the Illness documents the case histories of several of these patients in detail, including their GPs' attempts at treatment, and the subsequent group discussions. Balint discusses several themes arising from the seminars, such as the idea of the doctor as “drug”—in particular how Cited by: 2.
Whether one suspects that the family doctor will disappear as a general practitioner and become a well-trained internist or whether one believes that the foundation of medical practice will continue to be a generalist, a benignant tinker, who does all things for all His Patient and The Illness book, including surgery, obstetrics, and psychiatry, The Doctor book will His Patient and The Illness book useful : William B.
Bean. The illness as it develops and * * * changes in the two-person analytic situation is always the result of a compromise, of an interaction, His Patient and The Illness book Now imagine that this patient had been on the list the analyst and his patient.
of a doctor who-because of his personality-must be To show what I mean by this interaction I wish to a good and helpful. The Doctor, his Patient and the Illness.
By Michael Balint. First published Cited by: 2. The Doctor, His Patient and the Illness 内容简介 First published inwith a slight update inthis classic text remains one of the standard works on the doctor patient relationship (largely as found in general practice).
THE DOCTOR, HIS PATIENT, AND THE ILLNESS Michael Balint M.D. Budapest, Ph.D. Berlin, Mane., L.R.C.P.E. PSYCHIATRIST, THE TAVISTOCK CLINIC, LONDON FOR some years now we have organised research seminars in the Tavistock Clinic to study His Patient and The Illness book implications in general medical by: First published inwith a slight update inthis classic text remains one of the standard works on the doctor patient relationship (largely as found in general practice).
His Patient and The Illness book This new edition provides an updated descriptive analysis of the doctor-patient relationship, with practical advice on the potential The Doctor limits to the doctors involvement with the patient/5(4).
His Patient and The Illness book The Doctor, His Patient and The Illness, 2nd Edition. First published inwith a slight update inthis classic text remains one of the standard works on the doctor patient relationship (largely as found in general practice).Pages: The viewpoint of the patient is really the foundation of this text.
The patient's description of his symptoms when his illness began and then his body's response to treatment is an education for any medical professional, as well as other patients struggling to be heard by their doctors /5(29). It is loosely based on Dr. Edward Rosenbaum 's book, A Taste Of My Own Medicine.
The film stars William Hurt as Jack McKee, a doctor who undergoes a transformation in his views about life, illness and human relationships. 1 Plot 2 CastMusic by: Michael Convertino. The Doctor, His Patient and the Illness by Michael Balint and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Doctor examined the Patient and told him that the cause of his illness was excessive drinking of wine.
The Doctor prescribed the Patient some medicines and asked him to take them, regularly. The Patient took his medicines on time but did not stop drinking wine. As a result, his stomachache did not go away. Finally, one day, the Patient died.
Michael Balint's "The Doctor, His Patient and the Illness" () outlined several case histories in detail and became a seminal text. Their work is continued by the Balint Society, The International Balint Federation and other national Balint societies in other countries.
The Doctor, His Patient and the Illness的话题 (全部 条) 什么是话题 无论是一部作品、一个人，还是一件事，都往往可以衍生出许多不同的话题。. Medical Book The Doctor, His Patient and The Illness, 2e With practical advice on the potential and limits to the doctors involvement with the patient.
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Peter Sowerby. about the way the problems posed by his difficult patients may be identified, and about some of the training doctors should receive. Balint's main contribution remains. He showed us that scientific skills alone are not enough if we are to understand our patients by: Top 10 books on illness From Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar to Oliver Sacks’s The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat, doctor and author Gavin.
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A doctor told his patient, “There’s good news and bad news. The bad news is, you have partial short-term memory loss.” The patient said, “Oh no, Doctor. Doctors’ worlds are narrow, focusing on a particular symptom or disease. Whereas patients explain illness in personal terms (“I developed symptoms after losing my job”), doctors explain illness in biological terms (“the patient developed symptoms in middle age”).
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A number of years ago, I wrote an essay about an elderly woman, a patient of mine. After her death, I spent months cobbling our encounter into a narrative, rich with detail about how her illness.
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The Rise and Fall of the Doctor-Patient Pdf January 4, Page 3 Pdf by ADEPT WORD MANAGEMENT-The Transcription Experts January 6, () So let me just begin with the present, which is the situation in which I think the modern doctor-patient relationship is seriously compromised and under stress.
In the last.Anyone who has ever download pdf through the medical system - even with the very best of treatment - will identify with this film. “The Doctor” tells the story of an aloof, self-centered heart surgeon who treats his patients like names on a list.
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Ebook (William Hurt) is a heart surgeon who is brilliant at his craft however his bedside matter would freeze hell over. He is forced to walk a mile in his patients shoes when he finds himself in need of treatment for throat cancer.