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“…clear and comprehensive explanation of their problem; in 58.0% of consultations, the physician failed to ascertain the patient's level of understanding concerning the diagnosis; and in 53.0% of cases the physicians also failed to verify the patient's understanding of the treatment instructions. Users' dissatisfaction with these aspects, also observed in the Brazilian WHS brings back a longstanding discourse according to which doctors not only fail to recognize patients as "subjects" capable of taking responsibility for their own care, but also neglect to encourage patients' autonomy and participation in the treatment adherence process, preventive practices, and health promotion 1 . Furthermore, the Brazilian WHS showed that the main problems identified by health services clientele were the same in the two groups of users, namely those that paid and those that did not pay for the services provided.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…clear and comprehensive explanation of their problem; in 58.0% of consultations, the physician failed to ascertain the patient's level of understanding concerning the diagnosis; and in 53.0% of cases the physicians also failed to verify the patient's understanding of the treatment instructions. Users' dissatisfaction with these aspects, also observed in the Brazilian WHS brings back a longstanding discourse according to which doctors not only fail to recognize patients as "subjects" capable of taking responsibility for their own care, but also neglect to encourage patients' autonomy and participation in the treatment adherence process, preventive practices, and health promotion 1 . Furthermore, the Brazilian WHS showed that the main problems identified by health services clientele were the same in the two groups of users, namely those that paid and those that did not pay for the services provided.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…While technological advances have proven significant for solving health problems, the disease-centered biomedical model has displayed decreasing interest in patients themselves and their subjectivity. No improvement in health practices has been observed on the basis of fundamental attitudes involving humanitarian and ethical values 1 .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…For example, a man who leads a company if probably not in a state of vulnerability in relation to the physician who works in the same company. However, if this same man finds himself ill and seeks medical care, he will be in a situation of vulnerability, given the asymmetry in the relationship between physicians and patients 13,14 . On the other hand, the condition of having been vulnerated concerns the individual who has suffered damage and, due to this, in the context of human vulnerability, has had his/her life project compromised 1 .…”
Section: On Vulnerabilitymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It also leads to the strengthening of the asymmetry in the relationship between physicians and patients, in which the professional assumes a dominant role, since it has both the power of information and knowledge and the determination of what is going to be performed. This sublimates the action capacity of the individual under their care, leaving to the patients only the passive role of submitting themselves 14 .…”
Section: Informed Consent and Vulnerabilitymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A relação terapêutica exige competência em cuidar pelo profissional e, simultaneamente, a autonomia e o "empoderamento" do paciente 1,2 . As habilidades relacionais fortificam o vínculo entre ambos e a co-responsabilidade.…”
Section: Introductionunclassified