Curbside consultations. A closer look at a common practice.

@article{Manian1996CurbsideCA,
  title={Curbside consultations. A closer look at a common practice.},
  author={Farrin A Manian and Davy Janssen},
  journal={JAMA},
  year={1996},
  volume={275 2},
  pages={
          145-7
        }
}
INFORMAL or "curbside" consultations have been an important yet often an invisible part of the medical management of many patients. Indeed, questions such as "Can I get your thoughts?" or "Can I run something by you?" are familiar to many of us who specialize in purely "cognitive" disciplines such as infectious diseases. However, this subject has received little attention in the published literature. 1-3 Since the current health care climate is forcing examination of all important aspects of… CONTINUE READING

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