Understanding emotionally relevant situations in primary care dental practice: 1. Clinical situations and emotional responses

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Background and aims The stressful nature of dental practice is well established. Much less information is available on the coping strategies used by dentists and the emotions which underlie the stressful experience. Previous research has been almost exclusively questionnaire-based, limiting the range of emotions explored. This study used qualitative methods… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/sj.bdj.2015.817

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@article{Chapman2015UnderstandingER, title={Understanding emotionally relevant situations in primary care dental practice: 1. Clinical situations and emotional responses}, author={Hannah Chapman and Susan Y Chipchase and Ross C Bretherton}, journal={BDJ}, year={2015}, volume={219}, pages={401-409} }