Francesco Carelli, MD, MSc, Professor of Clinical Medicine and Elective Courses Family Medicine, University in Milan and in Roma, EURACT Director of Communications, Italy
Francesco Carelli, Professor of Clinical Medicine and elective courses in GP, University of Milan
Giotta Attilio, internship student in GP, University of Milan
Donatella Gambera, MD, University of Milan
This case shows how the doctor / patient relationship can be optimal: a relationship based on trust, understanding and dialogue between the two parties. This can be seen by the temporal sequence in which diagnostic tests recommended by the doctor were carried out.
Professor of Family Medicine
Milan and Rome
High rates of exhaustion and depersonalization are driving many family doctors to consider leaving practice, and this choice would exacerbate doctor shortages and affect patient care.
Professor of Family Medicine, Milan, Rome, Cluj
It’s generally accepted , as in the European Definition of Family Medicine, family doctors don’t take care only of illness, but also consider patients in holistic way. Because of this, we meet everyday functional patients, i.e. without an identifiable organic cause of disease.
Carelli Francesco , Professor e and elective courses in Family Medicine , University of Milan
Censabella Federica , internship student in FM, University of Milan
Colosimo Valentina , internship student in FM , of GP clinic
If family doctor and patient develop a good relationship over time, the doctor becomes the key person in many critical and complex situations, both before and after pathologies.
Francesco Carelli, Professor of Family Medicine, University of Milan and Rome
Attilio Giotta, internship graduate doctor, University of Milan
Communication between hospital doctors and family doctors is a frequently undervalued or – worse - not considered aspect of Health Systems.
By Francesco Carelli - Professor FM in Milan and Rome
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