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Lauren M. Hamel, PhD, on Race and Doctor-Patient Behavior

2019 Quality Care Symposium

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Lauren M. Hamel, PhD, of Wayne State University/Karmanos Cancer Institute, discusses her findings on the ways in which nonverbal behavior between doctors and patients of the same or different races can affect their relationship, quality of communication, and ultimately, perhaps outcomes as well (Abstract 169).



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