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The Human Effect in Medicine

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How is modern medicine failing? Why is a more human approach required? This book challenges the dogma of modern technological medi... Lire la suite
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How is modern medicine failing? Why is a more human approach required? This book challenges the dogma of modern technological medicine that ignores both the therapeutic effect of the doctors and the self-healing powers of the patient. It reviews the vast weight of evidence on the effectiveness of this 'human effect', and uses the evidence to describe how to use the human effect in everyday practice. This book is about a vision. A vision that practitioners and patients will recognise and regain their therapeutic potential. It provides a shift in perspective on what doctors can achieve. Thoroughly referenced, it is vital for general practitioners, and also very relevant to all doctors, nurses, health managers, policy makers and indeed patients. 'Pendulums swing in most fields of life, and medicine and general practice are no exceptions. At the mid-point of the twentieth century the human side of medicine was well understood and implicitly accepted by most working practitioners. As the century progressed, the personal aspects came second (but now) the pendulum of thought has started to swing back again towards the personal.

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Titre: The Human Effect in Medicine
Sous-titre: Theory, Research and Practice
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Code EAN: 9781138444256
ISBN: 978-1-138-44425-6
Format: Livre Relié
Editeur: Taylor and Francis
Genre: Médecine
Année: 2017