Understanding and applying medical anthropology. When the patient either can not or will not do what the physician knows is the correct course of treatment, the patient becomes non-adherent. A majority of physicians employ a variation of this communication model to some degree, as it is only with this technique that a doctor can maintain the open cooperation of his or her patient. A question that comes to mind considering this is if interruptions hinder or improve the condition of the patient. His research showed that rude and harsh attitudes shown toward the medical staff reduced their ability to effectively carry out some of their simpler and more procedural tasks. The spectrum of a physician's inclusion of a patient into treatment decisions is well represented in Ulrich Beck's World at Risk. This is extremely important to take note of as it is something that can be addressed in quite a simple manner. This section needs additional citations for verification.
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