Posts Tagged ‘talking with patients’

September 26th, 2019

Podcast 235: Forced sexual initiation and its clinical aftermath

Running time: 18 min. Laura Hawks and colleagues undertook a study of forced sexual initiation — that is, a woman’s first episode of vaginal intercourse (and it’s forced when it wasn’t voluntary on her part). Using government survey data on some 13,000 women of reproductive age, Hawks compared the women whose sexual initiation was voluntary with those […]

January 13th, 2017

Podcast 205: Listen to the patient!

Danielle Ofri has written a new book, “What Patients Say, What Doctors Hear,” that’s full of advice on how best to listen to your patients. She also recounts her own adventures (and misadventures) in patient communication. The book is published by Beacon Press, which offers a free first chapter available for immediate electronic reading. Details are […]

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