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19 Cards in this Set

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what are these?
-paternalistic "I know what's wrong"
-laissez-faire "don't care"

Which is the most ideal model?
the 4 basic models of doctor-patient relationship

what are the 6 different types of people?
emotional/feelers are...
thinker/thinkers are
opinion/believers are ...
inaction/reflectors are
reaction/funsters are...
action/doers are ...
what are the 2 halves to each interview?
patient-centered (symptom focused)
physician-centered (biomedical data, gathering data)
You begin the ...-centered phase of the interview when you get to the primary history.
open the interview with ...-centered approach
what type of person is this?
Needs unconditional acceptance of self and sensory needs – sight, hearing, touching, smelling, tasting.

6th sense – they can sense that something is wrong.

Feels first; takes in people and things by feeling about them.

Compassionate, sensitive and warm

30% of US population, 75% female, 25% male

Half moon lines over the eyes

Likes to be with groups
What type of person is this?
Needs work recognition. Needs time structure. They are logical, responsible, organized. Takes in facts and ideas and synthesize them.
Thinks first; identifies and categorizes people and things.
25% of US pop., 25% female, 75% male
Horizontal lines on the forehead
Office/home: organized, functional, orderly, contemporary, awards, etc.
Everything in its place
Doctoring style: democratic
One person or alone
What type of person is this?
Needs convictions recognized. Needs work recognized. Conscientious,
dedicated, observant. Leaders of the world. They like quality.
Judge first; evaluates people and things with opinions.
10% of US population; 25% female, 75% male
Furrows between eyes
Functional; traditional furniture, period pieces, antiques or oriental motif
Ability to give opinions, beliefs, judgments
Democratic doctoring style
Requestive (questions) channels of communication
One person or alone
what type of person is this?
Reflections; is motivated externally. Imaginative, reflective and calm. Hardly
moves anything on their face.
10% of US pop., 60% femaile, 40% male
Smooth face, few lines even with age
A place to work or live, plain, rustic, no frills, environment is not that important
Ability to be introspective; works well with things, tasks.
Like to be alone
What type of person is this?
Spontaneous, creative, playful. Reacts to people and things with likes and
20% of population: 60% female, 40% male
Smile lines around the eyes and mouth
Office/home full of stimulation, posters, games, toys, lights and sounds.
Ability to play and enjoy the present
Laissez faire doctoring style
Emotive (playful) channel of communication
Likes the emergency room
High risk takers
Fringe of a group, cliques
What type of person is this?
Needs incidence (something happening in a short period of time.) Charming,
adaptable, persuasive. “time is money”. Action oriented. Ruddy complexion.
5% of population; 40% female, 60% male
Uses expressions to make a point
Thick carpets, stuffed chairs, trophies, blacks and reds
Ability to be firm and direct
Autocratic doctoring style
Directive (telling) channel of communication
Adapt, not really a clique, but they are where the in place to be
What are the professional "3 C's"?
Core values/standards
What does this relate to?
-Interest of the "state" over-rides interest of the individual patient
-suicidal ideation: "blue paper"
-contagious diseases
-child abuse
When the "patient first" rule does not apply