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Medical advice

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Medical advice is the provision of a formal professional opinion regarding what a specific individual should or should not do to restore or preserve health.[1] Typically, medical advice involves giving a diagnosis and/or prescribing a treatment for medical condition.[2]

Medical advice can be distinguished from medical information, which is the relation of facts. Discussing facts and information is considered a fundamental free speech right and is not considered medical advice. Medical advice can also be distinguished from personal advice, even if the advice concerns medical care.

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Doctor–patient relationship

Medical advice is given in the context of a doctor–patient relationship. A licensed health care professional can be held legally liable for the advice he or she gives to a patient. Giving bad advice may be considered medical malpractice under specified circumstances.

The doctor–patient relationship is one factor in determining the patient's compliance with medical advice.[3] Patients adhere more closely to medical advice when the healthcare provider is friendly, doesn't interrupt the patient, or has good verbal communication skills.[4] Patients are less likely to comply with medical advice if the advice is not what the patients expected, if the patients do not agree with the proposed treatment, if the patient is not confident in the provider's competence, or if the patient cannot understand what the provider says due to language barriers or overuse of medical jargon. Patients are also less likely to comply with medical advice if the healthcare provider seems disrespectful of the patient or appears to hold negative stereotypes of the patients' race, class, or other characteristics.[5][3]

See also

References

  1. ^ McWay, Dana (2014-12-31). Legal and Ethical Aspects of Health Information Management. Cengage Learning. pp. 164, 430. ISBN 9781305686328.
  2. ^ Florida state statute
  3. ^ a b Brannon, Linda; Feist, Jess (2009-03-19). Health Psychology: An Introduction to Behavior and Health. Cengage Learning. pp. 86–88. ISBN 978-0495601326.
  4. ^ eCareers, Health. "8 Vital Traits Every Allied Health Professional Should Have". www.healthecareers.com. Archived from the original on 2017-03-22. Retrieved 2017-03-21.
  5. ^ Jacqueline Howard. "Racism in medicine: An 'open secret'". CNN. Retrieved 2017-03-21.


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