2019
DOI: 10.1590/interface.170341
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O discurso médico sobre as emoções vivenciadas na interação com o paciente: contribuições para a prática clínica

Abstract: O estudo das emoções na prática clínica expõe sua influência na relação médico-paciente. Este artigo apresenta os resultados de uma pesquisa qualitativa cujo objetivo foi explorar o discurso dos médicos sobre as próprias emoções no atendimento a pacientes. Das entrevistas com oito médicos foram extraídos os seguintes temas de análise: função apostólica e o entendimento da emoção; defesas e estratégias perante as emoções; e a companhia de investimento mútuo: frustração e consequências. Os médicos demonstraram p… Show more

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“…(3) The physician doesn't should distance himself/herself from a patient's suffering: 65.6% accept that the denial of their own emotions and the distancing from the patient's suffering is a defense strategy used by a physician; 90.4% disagree that a good doctor should distance themselves from a patient's suffering. According to Castelhano and Wahba (2019), the great challenge for most physicians is to recognize that it uses crystallized defensive attitudes that lead to an affective distancing from a patient. Associated with altruism, compassion is a fundamental tool for the exercise of medicine centered on a patient's integral care that implies the recognition and care of others' suffering, without sharing pain and without failing to look at oneself.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…(3) The physician doesn't should distance himself/herself from a patient's suffering: 65.6% accept that the denial of their own emotions and the distancing from the patient's suffering is a defense strategy used by a physician; 90.4% disagree that a good doctor should distance themselves from a patient's suffering. According to Castelhano and Wahba (2019), the great challenge for most physicians is to recognize that it uses crystallized defensive attitudes that lead to an affective distancing from a patient. Associated with altruism, compassion is a fundamental tool for the exercise of medicine centered on a patient's integral care that implies the recognition and care of others' suffering, without sharing pain and without failing to look at oneself.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Physicians are one of the main figures in the identification and verification of clinical condition sign, although multidisciplinary care is important for treatment (24) . During this process, it is important to respect the differences in perspectives, and the disqualification of patients' complaints by the health team is not adequate (25) . In this sense, it is necessary to consider the obstacles that exist in the physician-patient or physician-companion relationship, which can be aggravated by the asymmetry of positions (technical language inaccessible to patients/companions), due to the lack of bond due to being a first attendance, or by a deficient physician-patient transference relationship.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%