When you repeat a patient's answer, you are:
A testing the patient's knowledge.
B teaching the patient new medical terms.
C discouraging an emotional outburst.
D encouraging more detail.
While interviewing an angry patient, you start to become annoyed and inpatient and are
beginning to dislike the patient. The best way to resolve this is to:
Which of the following behaviors is most important in establishing a connection with the
During an interview, the patient describes problems associated with an illness and begins to cry.
The best action in this situation is to:
Which statement best describes the chief complaint?
A General health and illness
B The reason the individual is seeking care
C Information to make the diagnosis
D Concerns about confidentiality and trust
A woman presents to a women's health clinic stating that she has had a positive home pregnancy
test and desires prenatal care. You would conduct a/an: