October 2018

Abstract 1 - Language And The Transmission Of Bias In The Medical Record

EMA 2018 October37 Chapters

  1. Introduction2:00
  2. Ultra Summary24:56
  3. Free AudioRick’s Rants: Collaborating with PAs and NPs22:30
  4. Time To Talk A Little Nerdy: Adult Severe Asthma31:15
  5. Reflections of a Skeptic: Putting Health Back Into Healthcare29:51
  6. Then And Now: Treatment of Ventricular Tachycardia14:21
  7. Farewell48s

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Steve D. -

I have quoted explicit language before during a case of extremely offensive remarks that required police to be called. Otherwise I agree about not quoting emotionally charged things, just specific quirky words patients may use to describe pain, etc. Just like when you are dealing with an upset patient, you should always try to remain professional and take the high road.

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