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Creating the Simulated Patient Through Dialogue: An Approach Based on Bakhtin’s Dialogical Thinking
(The Griffith Centre for Cultural Research, Griffith University, 2010)
Simulated patients (SP) are being used in medical communication training worldwide. The character of an SP will be trained in advance. However, the dialogue with the student is never fully predictable. The aim of this ...
Å dele uvissa og ansvaret. Ein kvalitativ studie av livets grunnvilkår i medisinsk praksis
(The University of Bergen, 2010-08-13)
Existential challenges affect both patients and doctors in clinical practice. The aims of this study have been to explore how patients and doctors experience and cope with existential aspects of being struck by and ...
Involvement in emergency situations by primary care doctors on-call in Norway - a prospective population-based observational study
(BioMed Central, 2010-03-06)
Background: Primary care doctors on-call in the emergency primary health care services in Norway are, together with the ambulances, the primary resources for handling emergencies outside hospitals. There is a lack of ...
Impact of reducing indoor air pollution on women's health. RESPIRE Guatemala - Randomised exposure study of pollution indoors and respiratory effects
(The University of Bergen, 2008-11-11)
Indoor air pollution (IAP) is a global health problem that affects the most impoverished communities in the world, and especially women and young children among them. Half of the world households, particularly in rural ...
Seasonal changes in mood and behaviour in the general population. Associations with mood, sleep and health risk factors
(The University of Bergen, 2010-09-10)
The way seasons affect humans varies considerably between individuals, nevertheless most humans’ mood and behaviour change throughout the year. Almost 25 years ago, Seasonal Affective Disorder was described as recurring ...
Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome. Studies on a treatment modality, somatosensory function, pain and psychological parameters
(The University of Bergen, 2009-03-20)
Patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) is characterized by long-term diffuse peripatellar and retropatellar localized pain in one or both knees, which worsens during walking uphill or downhill, squatting, kneeling, or prolonged ...