The relationship is therefore a) A technical component, which is extremely important. Thus, training influences the quality of care and physicians with better grades for the degree are higher quality care (Tamblyn R et al. Others including Ali Partovi, offer their opinions as well. Association Between Licensing Examination Scores and Resource Use and Quality of Care in Primary Care Practice JAMA. 1998, 280:989-996). b) A personal or human element, which depends significantly on the physician's ability to "put in place the patient or empathy." Thus, for successful treatment is to determine what the patient prefers, what are their life plans, that level of information you want to have and so on. and secondly, the ability to build trust: getting the patient to know that: 1) the attending physician has the knowledge to you. 2) the physician's knowledge to be used for their benefit, therefore, to correct the asymmetry of the relationship, the physician must (Charles Fried, 1974): 1. Communicate information in an intelligible and tell the truth.
2. Respect the autonomy and decisions of the patient. 3. Respect the patient's confidence and maintain medical confidentiality. 4. Show empathy, compassion and sensitivity. Taking into account the vulnerability of the patient. In fact, the relationship aspects of the patient are assessed in three groups: communication, personal and professional impact: (JR Soc Med 2003 April; 96 (4): 180-184.) Communication Professionalism Play Care Personal Impact professional integrity as a physician nCompetencia Explain Comprehension Assessment of context Reassure follow developments like each other language Respect For intelligible phases of medical action, we distinguish: a) Introduction b) Reason for consultation c) Interrogation d) Physical e) Comments and initial findings.