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Benkel I, Arnby M, Molander U. Living with a chronic disease: A quantitative study of the views of patients with a chronic disease on the change in their life situation. SAGE Open Med. 2020;8:2050312120910350. Published 2020 Apr 20. doi:10.1177/2050312120910350
Review article assigned last week:
This article, written for the lay press, addresses communication strategies that are useful when speaking with patients who have HIV. Note: some of the advice here isn’t applicable to healthcare providers. For example, if you need to know how a patient contracted HIV, it is OK to ask them.
Lazare A. Shame and humiliation in the medical encounter. Arch Intern Med. 1987;147(9):1653-1658.
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