Rebuilding Trust in Healthcare
This text offers practical advice on how to regain trust between patient and practitioner, following difficulties during the 1990s and early 21st century. It examines the nature of trust, outlining sociological models of trust and identifying relevant aspects.
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Setting the scene
Trust and mistrust
the professional team
The system responds
The role of the press
Teaching tomorrows doctors
A professions reputation
Learning from error
Sharing information with patients
People and places
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