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If the reader is looking for an in-depth book on developing humane treatment for patients he or she will have to look elsewhere. However, this fact does not detract from the overall purpose and strength of this book, which is its appeal to the medical student or young physician concerned with the dynamics of the physician-patient relationship.
The book addresses many of the essential areas in a clinician's practice that contribute to the development of effective and humane patient care. The reader is initially introduced to some basic prerequisites for clinicians. Beginning with the clinical judgment and evaluation of patients,
A Clinician's Companion: A Study Guide for Effective and Humane Patient Care.. Ann Intern Med. 1987;106:489. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-106-3-489_1
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