Salutogenesis Approach to Communication
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In modern times, medical doctors are being increasingly targeted by the general public for lacking apparently a “humanistic” approach to their patients. One of the possible reasons is perhaps our overemphasis on the role of disease (pathogenesis) as against the overall human well-being, termed “Salutogenesis”. A time has come to shift the emphasis.
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