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The Medical Interview: Clinical Care, Education, and Research / Edition 1

The Medical Interview: Clinical Care, Education, and Research / Edition 1


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ISBN-13: 9780387942575
Publisher: Springer New York
Publication date: 01/01/1995
Series: Frontiers of Primary Care Series
Edition description: 1995
Pages: 643
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Table of Contents

I. A Framework for the Medical Interview.- 1. Three Functions of the Medical Interview.- 2. Hypothesis Testing.- 3. Therapeutic Aspects of the Clinical Encounter.- 4. The Interview as a Clinical Negotiation.- II. The Structure and Process of the Medical Interview.- 5. Performing the Interview.- 6. The Mental Status Examination.- 7. Use and Management of Physicians’ Feelings During the Interview.- 8. Barriers to Effective Communication.- 9. Patient Education in the Medical Encounter: How to Facilitate Learning, Behavior Change, and Coping.- 10. Enhancing Cooperation with the Medical Regimen.- III. The Context of the Interview.- 11. Patients and Their Lives: Psychosocial and Behavioral Aspects.- 12. Cultural Factors in the Medical Interview.- 13. Gender Effects in Physician/Patient Interaction.- 14. The Bilingual Interview and Medical Interpretation.- 15. Conducting a Family Interview.- 16. The Telephone Interview.- 17. Terminating the Doctor/Patient Relationship.- IV. Specific Interview Situations.- 18. Interviewing Pediatric Patients.- 19. The Geriatric Interview.- 20. The Sexual History.- 21. Personality Styles.- 22. Interviewing the Psychotic Patient.- 23. Effective Interviewing and Intervention for Alcohol Problems.- 24. Interviewing the Suicidal Patient.- 25. Caring for Patients with Life-Threatening or Terminal Illness.- 26. Delivering Sad or Bad News.- 27. Bereavement.- V. Values, Ethics, and Legal Issues.- 28. Shame, Humiliation, and Stigma in the Medical Interview.- 29. Medical Ethics and Doctor/Patient Communication.- 30. The Role of the Medical Interview in the Physician’s Search for Meaning.- VI. Teaching and Faculty Development.- 31. Educational Theory and Teaching Medical Interviewing.- 32. A Developmental Awareness for Teaching Doctor/Patient Communication Skills.- 33. Standardized (Simulated) Patients and the Medical Interview.- 34. Teaching with Role-Play: A Structured Approach.- 35. Teaching Interviewing Using Direct Observation and Discussion of Actual Interviews.- 36. Teaching Medical Interviewing: The Lipkin Model.- 37. Evaluating a Faculty Development Course on Medical Interviewing.- VII. Evaluation of the Interview.- 38. Evaluation of Medical Interviewing: Concepts and Principles.- 39. Evaluation Instruments for Medical Interviewing Skills.- VIII. Research on the Medical Interview.- 40. An Overview of Research on Medical Interviewing.- 41. A Guide to the Research Literature on Doctor/Patient Communication.- 42. Coding Categories for Investigating Medical Interviews: A MetaClassification.- 43. Affective and Nonverbal Aspects of the Medical Visit.- 44. Psychological Research on Diagnostic Reasoning.- 45. Accuracy of the Medical History: A Review of Current Concepts and Research.- 46. Patient Recall and Comprehension After the Medical Visit.- 47. The Patient-Centered Interview: Research Support.- 48. Patients’ Assessments of Quality.- Appendices.- A. Instructional Use of Audio and Video Recording John Femino and Catherine Dubé.- B. Bibliography.

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