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Alicja Woźnica
Language: English
Country: Poland
Typology: health care professionals
Recently a patient complained to me that he will not take any medications (I approached him with a drip and antibiotics to connect intravenously), he claimed that there was bleeding in him from the rectum and the doctor and middle staff pay too little interest to him. I stopped by the patient and listened to him and I told him my observations and I established the thread of individual understanding. The patient told me about his relationship with his family (I seen him joking with his closer family and he seemed happier). In my view, listening to the patient's needs helps to take better care of his health.

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