In this episode you will learn:
- How the book Changing How We Think about Difficult Patients came to be
- Biases affect the physician-patient relationship
- Why you should anticipate the possibility of a patient getting “difficult”
- The moments where you need to bolster up your confidence as a physician
About Dr. Joan Naidorf:
Dr. Joan Naidorf is a board-certified emergency physician trained at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia. After growing up in Highland Park, NJ, she obtained her undergraduate degree at the University of Virginia.
She practiced for nearly thirty years in the busy emergency departments of Inova Alexandria Hospital and Fort Belvoir Community Hospital in Virginia. As an author and speaker, she has been sharing important ideas with students, residents, and practicing physicians through various online and direct engagements. She was recently appointed to the editorial advisory board of The DO magazine.
Her proudest accomplishment has been raising three compassionate and intelligent children along with Toby, her devoted husband. Toby supplies many stories of the patients who challenge him from his busy gastroenterology practice. In her spare time, Dr. Naidorf enjoys reading, traveling, playing tennis, tasting wine, and walking with Dolly, the miniature poodle.
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