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  1. Nemat Alsaba

    August 28, 2018 at 11:03 pm

    Great topic beautifully written and articulated that resonates with all healthcare professionals.
    There is a long road ahead of us to fully understand and uncover this type of social behavior in medicine.
    I liked the way the author asked questions at the end of the article to encourage the reader to reflect on this issue and explore solutions and thoughts.

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  2. Dane Chalkley

    September 3, 2018 at 8:58 pm

    Thanks Eve. A fascinating look at the application of sociological and anthropological ideas to medicine.
    A lot to recognise in there.
    One of my colleagues often jokes that my tribe work well together because we all have the same personality disorder.
    I’ll be more aware of how my ‘gentle teases’ may affect others and be taken as insults.
    On the Wards continuing to look at how we cam improve how we relate to each other to improve patient care.

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