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Physician Orientation and Behavior: A Study of Outpatient Clinic Physicians

Kenji Ima, Daisy M. Tagliacozzo and Joyce C. Lashof
Medical Care
Vol. 8, No. 3 (May - Jun., 1970), pp. 189-199
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3763049
Page Count: 11
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Physician Orientation and Behavior: A Study of Outpatient Clinic Physicians
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Abstract

One hundred fifteen outpatient clinic physicians were interviewed concerning their views of patients and clinic practice. They were asked about: 1. the nature of problem patients; 2. approaches to the treatment of problem patients; 3. grounds for dismissing patients; 4. receptivity to clinic innovations; and 5. sources of satisfaction in clinic practice. The main analysis focused on the relationship of physician orientation towards clinic patients and of physician behavior and orientation towards clinic practice.

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