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dc.description The age at which paediatricians and family practitioners first spend private time with child patients was investigated. An anonymous survey which included both hypothetical clinical situations and direct questions about the age at which patients are usually seen alone was sent to 380 physicians, 47.6% of whom responded. A privacy index, computed from the responses to the hypothetical situations, had a significant positive correlation with the age at which physicians said they usually see children alone for routine situations, for chronic disease, and for compliance problems. The results indicated that family prac titioners may see children alone in more situations and at younger ages than do paediatricians. The rationale for affording child patients an opportunity for some private discussion with their primary care physician and the impediments to this are discussed.
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Издатель Oxford University Press
Копирайт © Oxford University Press
Тема Original Articles
Название Age of First Confidential Paediatric Interview in Primary Care
Тип research-article
Electronic ISSN 1460-2229
Print ISSN 0263-2136
Журнал Family Practice
Том 8
Первая страница 202
Последняя страница 205
Аффилиация Institute for Juvenile Research, Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry (M/C913), University of Illinios at Chicago912 South Wood Street, Chicago, IL 60612
Аффилиация KASTNER LAURA; Clinical Associate Professor, Division of Child Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Sciences, University of Washington
Аффилиация GORE EDMOND; Research Assistant Professor, Deparment of Pediatrics, University of Washington
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