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Table of Contents


Small talk as work talk: Enacting the patient-centered approach in nurse-practitioner-patient visits PDF
Staci Defibaugh 97-107
‘We are the barriers’: Danish general practitioners’ interpretations of why the existential and spiritual dimensions are neglected in patient care PDF
Elisabeth Assing Hvidt , Jens Søndergaard , Dorte Gilså Hansen , Pål Gulbrandsen , Jette Ammentorp , Connie Timmermann , Niels Christian Hvidt 108-120
Comparing doctor–elderly patient communication between traditional Chinese medicine and Western medicine encounters: Data from China PDF
Ying Jin , Dennis Tay 121-134
‘What should a woman do and imagine to have bulimia?’: Co-constructing patient expertise in psychotherapy with bulimia patients PDF
Joanna Pawelczyk , Małgorzata Talarczyk 135-149
Conversation analysis and talk-extrinsic data in research on speech and language therapy PDF
Charlotta Plejert , Christina Samuelsson , Jan Anward 150-164
Developing a new empathy-specific admissions test for applicants to medical schools: A discourse-pragmatic approach PDF
Gabrina Pounds , Charlotte Salter , Mary Jane Platt , Pauline Bryant 165-180
Vulnerability of medical students and professionals to extreme work stress: A select review of the literature PDF
Maciej Walkiewicz , Małgorzata Tartas 181-187
Two models of ethical alignment through metacommunication in clinical situations PDF
Frederikke Winther , Camilla Dindler 188-198

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