Would-Be Doctors on the Communication Components of the Medical Service

Academic Public Administration Studies

Would-Be Doctors on the Communication Components of the Medical Service

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Title: Would-Be Doctors on the Communication Components of the Medical Service
Author: Vajda, Beata
Abstract: While moving towards a bio-psycho-social model in healthcare systems is an international tendency, our preliminary research had shown high acceptance of paternalistic communication style in a Hungarian setting. In this paper, the observations of medical students about doctor-patient consultations (from a relationship and communication aspect, on the basis of formerly given viewpoints) are analysed. The method used is qualitative; we have prepared a content analysis of the written, semi-structured papers of students. The results support our assumptions of communication style being an important factor in patient compliance. Would-be doctors’ approach to the topic is highly important, as doctors were found to be the primarily influential on how consultations happen.
URI: http://www.apas.admpubl.snspa.ro/handle/2010/355
Date: 2011


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