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Challenges and opportunities for primary care evaluation.
Patient characteristics and experiences associated with trust in specialist physicians.
The influence of cost containment strategies and physicians' financial arrangements on patients' trust and satisfaction.
Ask the doctor. Some doctors strongly advise against the use of generic drugs with the argument that manufacturing processes are better controlled in branded medicines. What is your view?
Providing cancer care: individual or team sport?
End-of-life care discussions among patients with advanced cancer: a cohort study.
Treatment decision making in early-stage breast cancer: should surgeons match patients' desired level of involvement?
How are patients' specific ambulatory care experiences related to trust, satisfaction, and considering changing physicians?
Physician factors associated with discussions about end-of-life care.
Treatment of early stage breast cancer: do surgeons and patients agree regarding whether treatment alternatives were discussed?
The role of primary care physicians in cancer care.
Discussions with physicians about hospice among patients with metastatic lung cancer.
A population-based assessment of specialty physician involvement in cancer clinical trials.
Physicians' propensity to discuss prognosis is associated with patients' awareness of prognosis for metastatic cancers.
Results from using a new dyadic-dependence model to analyze sociocentric physician networks.
Evidence-based risk communication: a systematic review.
Physician Characteristics Strongly Predict Patient Enrollment In Hospice.
Association of Actual and Preferred Decision Roles With Patient-Reported Quality of Care: Shared Decision Making in Cancer Care.
Is Self-Referral Associated with Higher Quality Care?
Lower Patient Ratings of Physician Communication Are Associated With Unmet Need for Symptom Management in Patients With Lung and Colorectal Cancer.
Cancer treatment decision-making among young adults with lung and colorectal cancer: a comparison with adults in middle age.
A Promising Tool to Increase Individualized Discussions About Lifestyle Risk Factors for Breast Cancer.
Physician Patient Relations