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Defining a ‘good doctor’ is not as easy as it seems. A young doctor with phenomenal medical knowledge, who has enviably brilliant scores in every exam, who knows more about disease and drugs than any of their peers: commendable. We could certainly call them great clinicians. But great doctors? Not necessarily.
Washington: When physicians spend too much time looking at the computer screen in the exam room, nonverbal cues may get overlooked and affect doctors’ ability to pay attention and communicate with patients, according to a Northwestern Medicine study.