Influence of doctor-patient conversations on behaviours of patients presenting to primary care with new or persistent symptoms: a video observation study
Evidence suggests that missed diagnoses are often related to inadequate symptom elicitation. If doctors do not ask for information, patients often do not provide it. Despite a vast existing body of research exploring the conversation between patients and doctors, there is a lack of in-depth research on doctor-patient interactions to elucidate the essential behavioural factors central to this diagnostic phase.
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