DOI: 10.17267/2594-7907ijhe.v4i2.3332
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Abstract: INTRODUCTION: The doctor-patient relationship has undergone several reinterpretations over the centuries being based on attentive listening primarily, a characteristic that has been neglected in many current contexts. Such a doctor-patient relationship is essential for understanding the pathological condition under analysis and, also, for understanding this patient as a human being, which will give greater dignity to this moment that is so intimate, yet so essential in medical practice. Thus, literature can be… Show more

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