B.A.R.D. in the Practice: A Guide for Family Doctors to Consult Efficiently, Effectively and Happily
Radcliffe Publishing, 2006 - 136 páginas
Forewords by Mayur Lakhani, Mike Pringle and Philip R Evans Respectively Chairman of Communications and Publishing, Royal College of General Practitioners, London; Head of School and Professor of General Practice, University of Nottingham; Former President of WONCA Region Europe This groundbreaking book describes a completely new approach to the medical consultation, focusing on four key points: Behaviour, Aims, Room and Dialogue (B.A.R.D.). This practical approach has gained support from the Royal College of General Practitioners and reflects the way real family doctors consult in the real world, to the benefit of both the practitioner and the patient. Practical suggestions are made throughout the guide, with training exercises to aid in application. B.A.R.D in the Practice provides important reading for all general practitioners and general practitioner registrars.
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The role of a family doctor
B is for behaviour
A is for aims
R is for room
Training for BARD
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