A guide to deliver righteous comprehensive care
"Patient is a Human being with emotions and some expectations"
(1) Initiating the Session
(2) Gathering Information
a) Biomedical perspective (CLINICAL)
b) The patient’s perspective (INDIVIDUAL)
c) Background information -(CONTEXTUAL)
(3) Building the Relationship
(4) Providing structure
(5) Explanation and planning
(6) Closing the Session
“Do to others what you want them to do to you”
"The first service that one owes to others consists of listening to them"
"Mixing and matching of consultation Models"
Dr Mohit Bhardwaj
Post Graduate Resident
Department of Community & Family Medicine