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      Video consultation for new colorectal patients

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            How does communication heal? Pathways linking clinician-patient communication to health outcomes.

            Although prior research indicates that features of clinician-patient communication can predict health outcomes weeks and months after the consultation, the mechanisms accounting for these findings are poorly understood. While talk itself can be therapeutic (e.g., lessening the patient's anxiety, providing comfort), more often clinician-patient communication influences health outcomes via a more indirect route. Proximal outcomes of the interaction include patient understanding, trust, and clinician-patient agreement. These affect intermediate outcomes (e.g., increased adherence, better self-care skills) which, in turn, affect health and well-being. Seven pathways through which communication can lead to better health include increased access to care, greater patient knowledge and shared understanding, higher quality medical decisions, enhanced therapeutic alliances, increased social support, patient agency and empowerment, and better management of emotions. Future research should hypothesize pathways connecting communication to health outcomes and select measures specific to that pathway. Clinicians and patients should maximize the therapeutic effects of communication by explicitly orienting communication to achieve intermediate outcomes (e.g., trust, mutual understanding, adherence, social support, self-efficacy) associated with improved health.
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              Patient reported outcomes with remote orthopaedic consultations by telemedicine: A randomised controlled trial.

              Decentralised services through outreach clinics or modern technology reduce patient travel time and cost to society. Telemedicine consultation through videoconference is one such modality. Here, we compared patient-reported health outcomes and satisfaction between video-assisted remote and standard face-to-face orthopaedic consultations.
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                Journal
                Colorectal Disease
                Colorectal Dis
                Wiley
                1462-8910
                1463-1318
                September 2020
                July 31 2020
                September 2020
                : 22
                : 9
                : 1015-1021
                Affiliations
                [1 ]Department of Surgery Raigmore Hospital Inverness UK
                [2 ]Department of Surgery Aberdeen Royal Infirmary Aberdeen UK
                [3 ]Rowett Institute University of Aberdeen Aberdeen UK
                Article
                10.1111/codi.15239
                © 2020

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