The physician-patient working alliance.

  title={The physician-patient working alliance.},
  author={Jairo N. Fuertes and Alexa Mislowack and Jennifer S Bennett and Laury Paul and Tracey C Gilbert and Gerardo Fontan and Laura S Boylan},
  journal={Patient education and counseling},
  volume={66 1},
OBJECTIVE Cognitive and emotional dimensions of the physician-patient relationship (working alliance) were examined in relation to patients' beliefs about the usefulness of treatment (perceived utility), patients' beliefs about being able to adhere to treatment (adherence self-efficacy beliefs), patients' follow through on their treatment plan (adherence), and patients' satisfaction. METHODS Participants were 51 men and 67 women who averaged 38.9 years of age (S.D.=12.28). Seventy-two were… CONTINUE READING
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