Lasting impressions: influence of the initial hospital consultation for chronic pelvic pain on dimensions of patient satisfaction at follow-up.

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OBJECTIVE Chronic pelvic pain (CPP) is a common condition in women, and care experiences are distressing and unsatisfactory for many. Research suggests that elements of the initial hospital consultation influence clinical outcome. This study aimed to identify the dimensions through which initial consultations were subsequently recalled at follow-up… (More)

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@article{Stones2006LastingII, title={Lasting impressions: influence of the initial hospital consultation for chronic pelvic pain on dimensions of patient satisfaction at follow-up.}, author={Robert William Stones and Wendy T Lawrence and Susan A Selfe}, journal={Journal of psychosomatic research}, year={2006}, volume={60 2}, pages={163-7} }