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November 09, 2010


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Carmen Gonzalez

Thanks for this Alicia. This is a good guide to hand to a patient who is particularly shy about voicing themselves. It give good encouragement.

A few of my #HCSM Twitter chat pals had recently blogged about how to take internet-borne questions to the doctor without overwhelming him or her. I chuckled at your last commandment because we were also concerned about bogging down the doctor rather than helping the conversation. We ending up advising that people should collect their questions, but also review them with an eye that helps weed out the clutter. (Our take here http://smhcop.wordpress.com/2010/10/24/the-patient-is-in-sourcing-and-verifying-online-information/ )

Thanks for your insights!

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