Why patients withhold facts – and what you can do about it
Omissions of truth may be a patient’s way to avoid judgement, but can jeopardise care. Find out how to improve communication and help patients open up
Research suggests that most patients have withheld medically relevant information from healthcare professionals, including nurses.
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