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    Convincing Patients of Their Need for Treatment

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    How do you keep your sanity when patients think that you are intentionally harming them? How do you handle the situation? Has any one situation made you rethink what you are doing and whether this is the best place for you? Please explain your answers.

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    One of the best ways to keep your sanity when patients think that you are intentionally harming them, is to consistently remind yourself that the procedures that you are performing for these individuals, are designed to help them and not to harm them in any way. In addition, it is also very helpful to reiterate to the patient that the ...

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    The expert determines how to convince patients of their needs for treatment.

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