{Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation and Consultation}

Print pagePDF pageEmail page

A recent editorial in the NEJM – “The Paternalism Preference — Choosing Unshared Decision Making” (New England Journal of Medicine 373:7, August 13, 2015) – raises an important question. Is it possible to provide too much information to a patient or in our case, a client? Is there such a thing as information overload as it is applied to medical information?  Many of our clients request or even demand a great deal of information regarding their pet’s medical conditions. In today’s electronic and

Source : http://www.veterinarydiagnosticinvestigation.com/feed.xml

Leave a Reply

Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA.