Experiences with "rapid appraisal" in primary care: involving the public in assessing health needs, orientating staff, and educating medical students.

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may be worried that their symptoms are the first indication of serious or life threatening disease. They may have lost someone close, their job may be under threat, their partner may have hit them, or their home may be damp or frightening or overcrowded. Any such patient is likely to answer “less so than usual” to the three questions but is it helpful to… (More)

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