January 12, 2016 | By Zack Budryk
In a simulation, physicians provided more compassionate care to white actors playing dying patients than their black counterparts, according to a study published in the Journal of Pain and Symptom Management. Researchers placed 33 hospital-based doctors in simulated interactions with actors who read from identical scripts and had the same vital signs. Doctors told both groups of patients the same things, but differed in nonverbal cues such as body language and eye contact. Researchers found the doctors were far likelier to stand close to the bedside and touch the person in a sympathetic way for white patients. For black patients, they were more likely to stand at the door and hold a binder in their hands.Study abstract
Thank You Mr Budryk and FH.
On second thought, that's impossible, because Health Care Workers can't be incurable.
Their Brain Chemical Imbalances,
- Five DECADES of Gene Finding FAILURE In Psychiatry
- Genetics FAIL As Predictor of Response To Antidepresssants
- Psychiatric Genetics: Another Empty Box Of Bio-$cience
- The Crumbling Pillars Of Behavioral Genetics
are bio psychiatrically altered by purchasing a State issued Work License.
So, . . . , "Why don't we all just VOTE for a FREE State Issued Certificate of Bio psychiatric competence?" instead of this never ending 'Hope Remains For A Cure, So Research Must Continue'
If we're going to beat the very idea of Constitutionally mandated Due Process of Law providing Equal Protection Under The Law into the gutter anyway, . . . why not go whole hog and institute these extra constitutional, illegal programs for everyone.
It would be an awful lot cheaper than the way we're currently running things.