An analytical framework for contrasting patient and provider views of the process of chronic disease management.


Medical anthropologists involved in clinical research are often asked to help explain patients' "noncompliance" with treatment recommendations. The clinical literature on "noncompliance" tends to problematize only the patient's perspective, treating the provider's perspective as an uncontroversial point of departure. Explicating the articulation between… (More)


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