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The Physician-Patient Relationship/ Confidentiality

Models of Interaction between Doctor and Patient ? *----The paternalistic model -----The informed choice model ----The shared decision making model
The Paternalistic Model ? *Based on what the physician believes is in the patient’s best interest
Informed Choice Model ? *Physicians provide relevant information, but withhold opinion --- Patients make their own decisions
Shared Decision Making Model ? *Both agree on a plan of care
Importance of Confidentiality ? * Keeping medical information confidential shows respect for patients ----It keeps encourages patients to discuss sensitive issues candidly ----Prevents harmful consequences, such stigmatization and discrimination
Exceptions to protect third parties ? *Certain diseases and ppl harming themselves/others, and elderly drivers that can not drive
Rule of thumb for confidentiality ? * Only break if a danger to self or someone else
Created by: thamrick800