Those extra moments

Felton, Jean Spencer
September 2002
Occupational Medicine;Sep2002, Vol. 52 Issue 6, p357
Academic Journal
The author comments on the interaction between occupational health physicians and employee patients. He explains the need to manage health care services for employees. He reflects on the case of a mute patient, with whom interaction would be difficult. The author also notes the ability of physicians to listen and talk to patients.


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