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Professional sociability is a set of skills of a doctor that allows him to exchange information with a patient in order to identify factors that determine the best treatment results, and at the same time provide a psychotherapeutic effect.
The communicative qualities of a doctor should be manifested in a measured manner: it is not required that he shine with eloquence and speak ingratiatively without ceasing. At the same time, the doctor should not be so involved in treatment that it interferes with communication with the patient.
“If a person puts his whole soul into his work, then he has nothing left to communicate with people.” Unknown author Continue reading
Heads of clinics and doctors often complain: after consultation, many patients do not stay for treatment, partially implement the recommended plans, or even refuse to follow the specialist’s suggestions, they want to save on everything, but get high-quality treatment and great guarantees. The dentist sincerely wants to help the patient to the maximum extent possible, but the patient behaves strangely, resisting his intentions: “I came to put a seal, and you offer me to take a panoramic picture, to carry out a whole treatment plan.”
One of the reasons for this situation is that commercial dentistry is very behind the growing consumer competence of the recipient of services Continue reading
ADELAIDA, Australia / LIVERPOOL, UK: ancient DNA contained in the mineralized deposits on the teeth of Neanderthals – the extinct hominids closest to modern humans – provided new data on their behavior, nutrition and evolution. An international research team analyzed DNA samples obtained from tartar from 42,000 to 50,000 years old; the source of the material was the skulls of four Neanderthals, whose remains were discovered in caves in Belgium and Spain. The results show that Neanderthals had complex behaviors, were familiar with herbal medicines, and had different food preferences. Continue reading