Integration of Biomedical and Psychosocial Management
Fleisher, David R.
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Two concepts helped and hindered clinicians throughout the 20th Century: 1) the most important and legitimate use of physicians' time is in the diagnosis and cure of disease; and 2) patients are cured of illness through cognitive learning and compliance with rational prescriptions based on biomedical science. What has made these conceptions a hindrance is that they exclude most of what doctors and patients do together.
Child Health publications (MU)
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