Ethics. Research. Community.

[Telephone in medical practice]

Bulletin de l'Académie nationale de médecine. 
188
(3): 
431-8; discussion 438-9; 
2004. 
(French). 
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The telephone is increasingly used as a means of communications between patients and physicians. It has several advantages (mainly for the patient), but also several drawbacks (mainly perceived by the physician). Specific training in telephone interview techniques, including possible pitfalls, should be offered to all medical students.
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ISSN0001-4079