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Improving communication between women and health care providers
  • Published Date:
    Jul 1987
  • Source:
    Public Health Rep. 102(4 Suppl):141-142
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    A wide range of resources are available to enhance the communication and education of women. The patient's attitude should connote a sense of rights as a patient and allow for the request of information from the health care provider without discomfort. Women should take the initiative in selecting their physicians and pharmacists, with recognition that a comfortable dialogue can be initiated and is essential to good health care.Self-education on a particular health condition before visiting the physician allows the patient to formulate questions to ask the physician.

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