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about adherence -You can get family members to help out with compliance issues. -You can simplify the medicine or reduce the number of drugs that have to be taken -The regimen is simpliﬁed prioritizing the medication and simplifying it as much as
possible -Impart knowledge: he spends a decent amount of time with the patient and with the
care provider b/c she also inﬂuenced the decisions -Patient communication: really good -Lave the bias: was careful to not step on the religious beliefs -Evaluate adherence: he mentioned some strategies for evaluating adherence ->
counting pills from pill boxes by incorporating his care into the beliefs of the patient. -Trying to see things through the patient perspective. 250,000 canadians what motivates physicians to wash their
hands - -Focuses on the patient care aspect. This
is due to empathy. Patient focused sign -> empathy -Reminds them of their responsibility -anything that creates an effect due to it's
intent and not its physical properties - -The more "medical" setting, the more
likely we see a placebo effect. -This is...
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This note was uploaded on 01/15/2014 for the course PSYCH 314 taught by Professor Davidking during the Winter '13 term at University of British Columbia.
- Winter '13
- Health Psychology