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Consultation models

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initiating the sessionCalgary-Cambridge
gathering informationCalgary-Cambridge
building the relationshipCalgary-Cambridge
giving information, explaining and planningCalgary-Cambridge
closing the sessionCalgary-Cambridge
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exploring both the disease and the illness experienceStewart
understanding the whole personStewart
finding common groundStewart
incorporating prevention and health promotionStewart
enhancing the doctor-patient relationshipStewart
being realistic (with time and resources)Stewart
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define the reason for the patient's attendance (ideas, concerns and expectations)Pendleton
consider other problemsPendleton
with the patient, choose an appropriate action for each problemPendleton
achieve a shared understanding of the problems with the patientPendleton
involve the patient in the management and encourage him/her to accept appropriate responsibilityPendleton
use time and resources appropriatelyPendleton
establish or maintain a relationship with the patient which helps to achieve the other tasksPendleton
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interviewing and history-takingFraser
physical examinationFraser
diagnosis and problem-solvingFraser
patient managementFraser
relating to patientsFraser
anticipatory careFraser
record keepingFraser
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connectingNeighbour
summarisingNeighbour
handing overNeighbour
safety nettingNeighbour
housekeepingNeighbour
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the consultation is a meeting between two expertsTuckett
doctors are experts in medicineTuckett
patients are experts in their own illnessesTuckett
shared understanding is the aimTuckett
doctors should seek to understand the patient's beliefsTuckett
doctors should address explanations in terms of the patient's belief systemTuckett
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management of presenting problemsStott and Davis
management of continuing problemsStott and Davis
modification of help-seeking behaviourStott and Davis
opportunistic health promotionStott and Davis
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