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The clinical setting and the Doctor-Patient (therapeutic) relationship

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  20 October 2010

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Abstract

It is commonly accepted that a good practicioner-patient relationship favours good patient co-operation with treatments. However, medical literature and our own research have led us to a more pertinent approach. The body and the mind cannot be dissociated in humans and numerous observations show that therapeutic results are favoured by the human relationship. (Given similar techniques, biological answers differ). Now concerning the environment, the question is:

“How can the clinical framework integrate this research?”

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© RODF / EDP Sciences

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