Patient race/ethnicity and quality of patient-physician communication during medical visits.
- Published Article
American journal of public health
- Publication Date
Dec 01, 2004
Patient-physician communication during medical visits differs among African American versus White patients. Interventions that increase physicians' patient-centeredness and awareness of affective cues with African Americans patients and that activate African American patients to participate in their health care are important strategies for addressing racial/ethnic disparities in health care.
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