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Clinician is a term used generically to describe a wide range of medical professionals Medicine on the Web Medical Alarm & Use Medical Marijuana NLM (National Library of Medicine, contains resources for patients and healthcare professionals) Virtual Hospital (digital health sciences library by the University of Iowa) Online Medical Information- medical news, links and resources. ...


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Clinician, Parent, and Child Prediction of Medication or Placebo in Double-Blind Depression Study (1688 words)
Clinician, patient and parents' guesses as to which treatment they had received were at a chance level based on an overall analysis.
Similar to the clinicians, when subjects for both active treatment and placebo were combined, parents were not able to predict beyond a chance level what their child had been on (Table 1).
As found for the clinicians and parents, when clinical response was taken into account, responders were predicted to be on medication and nonresponders were predicted to be on placebo (Table 2).
Effective clinician-patient communication (1446 words)
Engagement is a connection between the clinician and patient that continues throughout the encounter and sets the stage for the establishment of a partnership.
Enlistment is an invitation by the clinician to the patient to collaborate in decision-making regarding the problem and the treatment plan.
Before they even enter the clinician’s office, most patients have made their own diagnosis—a diagnosis that more often than not, they are looking to confirm.
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