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August 20, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 31

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T ''. r-a-vi THURSDAY, AUOUST 20, 1964 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL Xx BROTHER JtJNIPER ' JL- ! , -jo "RMBMttbtr, It's Just Urn pom ry . tbui' w 4i - 'V w tain an (III Wt get Um pip YOUR HEALTH By Lester L. Coleman, MD DOCTOR AND PATIENT . Q.: What Is the doctor-patient relationship? '.A.: It te a firm bond that assures patients devotion, understanding and psychological support. In ' addition to treatment of bodily disease, tba strength and value of the relationship Is based on the sincere Interest, ', dedication and on the faith, confidence and co-operation of J- the patients. Q.s Who Is four doctor? a A.: Your doctor ; and ' hit knowledge represent years , of iatrkata trainings But he ia a mortal: haman being. His problems are not unlike (hose of his patients.' Ha has the identical worries at- head of household, as a father, and sven with Illness within the framework of his own family. But your doctor can be depended on to objectively evaluate his patients problems, ' forgetful: for the moment of his own, , ; I Q.: Who are his patients?. ' A.: His patients are those people m 'the community whose illnesses need professional help. These illnesses art often compounded by fears and anxieties which the doctor tries, to alleviate. - Q.: What art the doctor's respoMibilitiea and rights? -v ;A.i His major responsibility Is to return his patients to good health. Ha has the right t say, for the moment. "I don't know, but I will find out." Patients sometimes unreasonably Insist that he com' lit himself Immediately by knowing all the answers to at! the ' problems of all patients. -Q.: What are the patient's responsibilities and rights? ' A.:. The patient hat the right to seek relief from his anxieties about Illness at any Mm tat addition to treatment tor his ailment. The- patient's responsibility la to accept the doctor's discriminating Judgment m the choice of medical er surgical treatment. . Q.s How does a patient ob additional consults' tion? . A.: The patient always has the right to request a com? finning opinion if that added assurance is essential to him. Open and frank . discussion with his physician about aft additional opinion, has many' advantages. ' His doctor can 'not only suggest a consultant, but can present him with the medical data so vital to van , objective opinion. The ' combined Judgment then becomes of greater value. " i Q.: What W greatest i single threat to the important doctor-patient relationship? A.: It is pathetic, but true, that fees for medical services represent the greatest single disrupting factor. A longstanding -relationship of mutual trust can be damaged because the doctor, the " -patient, of both torgof " or ' neglected to discuss and agree on fees before treatment ar surgery. If the doctor forgets,' the patient, strangely, may be too 'embarrassed to ask. Out of this - nocent omission arises -Unnecessary " misunderstanding which can harm a -treasured relationship. " . i -, Good health Is basic to the structure of a happy, productive society.' The 'doctor-patient relationship fa vital to me strength, of fliltstructuY?' WINGS AS FINS ' American dipper birds, or.' wa ter . ouzels, . walk underwater searching for, food, using' their, wings much as they do in flying, r. ,- asm to rtntoos rant P L A Y It "II " " 1 ' u v i k t T stlv HIPJI R I kaA nun i nmi " t ; i t "i 0,EVlSTTIt tllTE D IR fBIS lis o !0TjyCE t?' I jCJ Mit,SUDiislNEl9H Journal Cross-Word Puzzle ACROSS -1 Sonirmd. S Family nailr. "Tba barn liut Mr this , ; . halts.. ." It H.ll e Unjs 15 Use WW' . Um Osna. 16 la marn: 2 wards. 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