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David Silverman provides a comprehensively researched and analytically sensitive account of how doctors and patients relate. Drawing on a wide range of original fieldwork from both the UK and elsewhere and from a variety of hospital settings, both privately and publicly funded, he demonstrates the complexity of medical interactions and the importance of their context.
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