Understanding the consultation evidence theory and practice tim usherwood the aim of this book is to help the reader gain a deeper understanding of the encounter between patient and doctor by examining it from a number of different points of view. Although they recognize that a thorough knowledge of child development and recommended practices in early intervention constitute the content of consultation it is not a sufficient foundation for understanding the consultation process. Understanding the consultation evidence theory and practice paperback 1 aug 1999 by tim usherwood author visit amazons tim usherwood page search results for this author tim usherwood author be the first to review this item see all 7 formats and editions hide . The general practice consultation is one of the most challenging encounters in medicine it demands of the doctor not only a high degree of technical knowledge and skill but also considerable interpersonal competence and self knowledge many books have been written about the consultation but most . Understanding the consultation evidence theory and practice paul sackin gp and vts course organizer cambridgeshire uk understanding the consultation evidence theory and practice family practice volume 17 issue 3 1 the authors aim is to describe a variety of ways of understanding the consultation and draw out the
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