Doctor–Patient Interaction

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This volume covers many of the ways of speaking that create problems between doctor and patient. The questions under consideration in the present book are the following: How is the doctor-patient interaction structured in a particular culture? What takes place during the process? What causes misunderstandings, lack of cooperation and even total non-compliance? What is the outcome of the interaction and how does the patient benefit from it? Finally, and this is the ultimate purpose of this book: How can the interaction be improved so that an optimum outcome is assured for the patient with maximum satisfaction to the physician?
[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 4]  1989.  xxxviii, 294 pp.
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Table of Contents
Preface
Juliana Beuerlein
xiii
Introduction
Walburga von Raffler-Engel
xvii
Doctor-patient relationship in the 1980s
Walburga von Raffler-Engel
1
An intercultural communication gap: North American Indians vs. the mainstream medical profession
Tamar Kaplan
45
Medical history-taking as an interactive event
Amy Neustein
61
Linguistic means of social distancing in physician-patient communication
Vera M. Henzl
77
The psychoanalytic discourse
Dieter Flader
93
Verbal and nonverbal communication in a family practive consultation: a focus on the physician-patient relationship
Patricia A. Mitchum
109
The dialogics of a doctor-patient relationship
Heinz S. Herzka
159
Doctor-patient interactions in cases of severe oligophrenia and dementia
W.K. Müller
181
Doctor talk and Hawaiian ‘talk story’: The conversational organisation of a clinical encounter
Geoffrey M. White and Albert B. Robillard
197
Physician-patient relations in Judaism
Pauline Haas
213
Parent-professional communication relative to medical care decision making for seriously ill newborns
Harriette Able-Boone
227
Epilogue
Interview with a gynecologic oncologist on doctor-patient interactions
D.H.O. Sevin
257
Letters from a resident
Alexander C.L. Lerman
275
Ten keys to better doctor-patient relations
Arthur G. Lensgraf
285
Summaries
289
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  89017883