Physician Posture at the Bedside: A Study of African-American and Hispanic Patient Preferences at a Teaching Hospital.

Abstract

The physician-patient interaction is central to any clinical encounter. Although the technical components of the interaction are conveyed by verbal communication, the nonverbal cues are instrumental in setting up the physician-patient relationship and carrying it forward. Often, patient preferences in terms of non-verbal communication cues depend on the… (More)

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