Human Side of Medicine Learning What It's Like to Be a Patient and What It's Like to Be a Physician
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Description: At a time of great change in the technology and delivery of medical care, the timelessness and permanence of the non-technical aspects of medicine--the human side--are of profound value to patients and physicians alike. With more than 30 years of medical practice, teaching, advising, and mentoring medical students and undergraduates, Savett champions two premises: first, that the importance of physicians mastering the human side of medicine is as critical as learning its biology and technology; and second, that this can be taught. Attending to the human side refines diagnosis and treatment by recognizing the uniqueness of each patient's experience, and it enriches the experience for all those in the caring professions. Physicians who have always put their patients' interests first and never compromised their professional values have preserved their identity, vitality, and enthusiasm as caring doctors. This is a book about what keeps the practice of medicine stimulating: not fascinating cases, but fascinating people and relationships, the best reasons to enter medicine. Savett believes that learning about the human side of medicine will help to attract talented and compassionate people to a career in medicine and will provide a context for later learning in medical school, and that teaching the human side of medicine as a primary subject is critical to become a good doctor. The community of patients is the ultimate beneficiary. Essential reading for all students considering the profession of medicine as well as practicing physicians, nurses, and other medical personnel.
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Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: ABC-CLIO, LLC
Publication date: 5/30/2002
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Dorina Stanciu grew up with a passion for literature, reading and writing. As a student she was involved in many literature and poetry competitions. She has a degree in Economics and International Trade Relations. She currently lives in Virginia with her husband - a professional electrical engineer.
|Introduction: Defining the Human Side of Medicine and Identifying the Audience|
|What It's Like to be a Patient|
|Medical Care Starts with the Patient's|
|Story Learning from End of Life Stories Time|
|Learning from Patient's Experiences|
|Learning from Student's Experiences|
|Learning about Uncertainty|
|Learning how Patients Handle Illness|
|What It's Like to be a Physician|
|A Day in the Life of a Physician|
|The Medical History Diagnosis: How Physicians Reason Treatment and Prognosis Medicine is a Collaborative|
|Profession Rituals Language and Communication|
|What Can Go Wrong|
|The Physician as Professional Values and Dealing with Change Becoming a Physician: The Evolution of a Career|
|The Doctor-Patient Relationship|
|The Qualities of the Doctor-Patient Relationship|
|What Can Go Wrong with the Doctor-Patient Relationship|
|Addressing Some of the Myths about the Doctor-Patient Relationship|
|The Humanism of Medicine: Bringing it All Together|
|Another Look at a Day in the Life of a Physician|
|Teaching the Human Side of Medicine|
|Summing Up Fashioning the Best System of Medical Care Possible: What Would be Ideal for the Patient|
|What Would be Ideal for the Physician|
|Epilogue and My Personal Journey|
|Appendix: Outline of the "Seminar in the Human Side of Medicine" Course at Macalester College|