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2012 David Sun lecture: helping your patient by helping yourself--how to improve the patient-physician relationship by optimizing communication skills.

The American journal of gastroenterology , Volume 108 , Issue 4 (2013)
Douglas A Drossman
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The need for a new medical model: a challenge for biomedicine.

Science (New York, N.Y.) , Volume 196 , Issue 4286 (1977)
G L Engel
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Presidential address: Gastrointestinal illness and the biopsychosocial model.

Psychosomatic medicine , Volume 60 , Issue 3 (1998)
D A Drossman
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The "organification" of functional GI disorders: implications for research.

Gastroenterology , Volume 124 , Issue 1 (2003)
Douglas A Drossman
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The functional-organic dichotomy: postinfectious irritable bowel syndrome and inflammatory bowel disease-irritable bowel syndrome.

Clinical gastroenterology and hepatology : the official clinical practice journal of the American Gastroenterological Association , Volume 7 , Issue 1 (2009)
Madhusudan Grover , Hans Herfarth , Douglas A Drossman
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Functional GI disorders: what's in a name?

Gastroenterology , Volume 128 , Issue 7 (2005)
Douglas A Drossman
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ANALYSIS NEEDS OF COMMUNICATION TO PATIENT RECEIVED MECHANICAL VENTILATION DURING AT THE GENERAL HOSPITAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT (GICU) Dr. HASAN SADIKIN BANDUNG

S Kp , MHSc , NM Kep , YY Guru , S Kep
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Severe and refractory chronic abdominal pain: treatment strategies.

Clinical gastroenterology and hepatology : the official clinical practice journal of the American Gastroenterological Association , Volume 6 , Issue 9 (2008)
Douglas A Drossman
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Review article: the functional abdominal pain syndrome.

Alimentary pharmacology & therapeutics , Volume 33 , Issue 5 (2011)
A D Sperber , D A Drossman
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Challenges in the physician-patient relationship: feeling "drained".

Gastroenterology , Volume 121 , Issue 5 (2001)
D A Drossman