Does kindness actually help us get well?
from The Washington Post
It's reasonable to expect a doctor to be kind at every visit. Kindness may be less important to us when the visit is urgent, when we are in terrible pain and barely listening as we wait for relief, when the problem is diagnosed and fixed quickly. But generally, most of us assume that it matters. Today, medical schools teach and evaluate kindness at patients' bedsides and through role-playing.
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