Communicating effectively in medical records: a guide for physicians

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Sage Publications, Jan 23, 1992 - Medical - 122 pages
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The author of this volume offers doctors, medical students and nurses invaluable advice on how to improve their written communication skills. Pagano stresses the importance of medical records for patient care, for communication with other practitioners and for demonstrating competence. He explains how to create records that clearly and effectively communicate highly scientific and technical information and how to ensure that they contain all the necessary information.

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