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I wanted to mention I just finished reading What Patients Say, What Doctors Hear by Danielle Ofri. I thought it might give me some insight in how to communicate with my Dr.s and it does explain there are actual metrics by which the medical room conversations can be measured but there is no "prescription" for the best way to facilitate the Dr./patient relationship. Dr. Ofri does explain the dynamics of the situations and presents solutions for many however.
I came across this book at a podcast of The People's Pharmacy
Anyway, it was worth the bother. I'm nearly halfway through and getting a lot out of the review.
Finished Medieval Women, it was interesting, scholarly and full of further reading. However I do wish it had finished with a summary chapter to answer the opening chapter rather than just finishing. Did it answer the questions posed in the introduction? In a way, but only to say the answer lies between yes and no.