and pt seem less personal. In order to address people as you describe, Dungeons and dragons be strong when you are weak poster there has to be a respect for the doctor patient relationship. I’m a student nurse in Australia – a country with a world-class, accessible, socialised health care system.
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the “power dynamic” that you may feel between the doctor and patient is actually between the patient and the administrator/insurance company/pharma industry. Doctors hands are tied these days by those chains. Mariah Henley if you look through history, when the healthcare system Dungeons and dragons be strong when you are weak poster started referring to patients as “clients” is when you start seeing a “distance” between doctor and patient. Debra Stackman the truth is…
Patients are sick etc. changing the way we identify sick people that need help is a reflection of society’s collective response to “sick people” I understand humans to be complex and nuanced etc… I think that the medical model you describe does not come from physicians but from the “business of medicine… The insurance/pharma industry. Business is driven by bottom line. Using the word “clients” makes the relationship between dr