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May 2002

Volume 34, Issue 5

Introduction to the Dedicated Issue

Listening, Talking, Relating: The State of the Art and Science of the Doctor-Patient Relationship in Family Medicine Education

Communication Techniques and Behaviors

Family Interviewing: A Review of the Literature in Primary Care

Is Communication a Skill? Communication Behaviors and Being in Relation

Sequenced Questioning to Elicit Patients' Perspective on Illness: Effects on Information Disclosure, Patient Satisfaction, and Time Expenditure

Responding Effectively to Patient Anger Directed at the Physician

Teaching Communication

Teaching Medical Communication Skills: A Call for Greater Uniformity

The Other Half of the Whole: Teaching Patients to Communicate With Physicians

Modern Culture and Physician-Patient Communication

Culture, Language, and the Doctor-Patient Relationship

Culture, Language, and the Doctor-Patient Relationship

21st-Century Health Care: The Effect of Computer Use by Physicians on Patient Satisfaction at a Family Medicine Clinic

Communicating With Special Populations

Communicating With Patients About Intimate Partner Violence: Screening and Interviewing Approaches

Cross-cultural Communication With Patients Who Use American Sign Language

The Role of Health Literacy in Patient-Physician Communication


Three Blind Men and an Elephant: Reflections on Meeting the Challenges of Patient Diversity in Primary Care Practice

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