A Patient-centered Approach to Medicine for the Terminally-ill
By: Irene S. Switankowsky (author)Paperback
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Switankowsky argues that there are five conditions for physicians to bring about patient-centered medicine: effective disclosure of treatments, successful decision-making, effective communication, physician-patient relationships, and advance directives. Through these conditions, physicians could ensure that terminally ill patients die with some degree of dignity and are given essential, humane care.
Irene S. Switankowsky is a review editor for Humane Medicine International. This is her second medical ethics book; her first, A New Paradigm for Informed Consent, was published in 1998.
Part 1 Part I Chapter 2 Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 3 Chapter 2 The Physician-Patient and Patient-Centered Approaches Chapter 4 Chapter 3 The Physician-Centered Approach Chapter 5 Chapter 4 The Patient-Centered Approach Part 6 Part II Chapter 7 Chapter 5 Effective Physician-Patient Disclosure Chapter 8 Chapter 6 Successful Decision-making Chapter 9 Chapter 7 Effective Communication Chapter 10 Chapter 8 Developing Effective Physician-Patient Relationships Chapter 11 Chapter 9 Advance Care Planning Chapter 12 Chapter 10 A Humane Patient-Centered Approach to Care Chapter 13 Notes Chapter 14 Bibliography
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