Most Follow, Few Discern
to the patient and try to understand their concerns and worries. There are no bad questions.
about their well-being and lives.
with other professionals about their care to answer questions they might have.
the patient regardless of age, or sex. gender, culture, education, or severity of disabilities present.
the best care possible at all times.
to the patient during treatment.
thoughts regarding the condition present and the possibility of response to medications or other therapeutic interventions.