Using a computer in consultation makes a doctor appear less professional

Doctors who use a computer during a consultation risk appearing less compassionate and less professional than their peers who do an old-school face-to-face consultation and take notes while seeing a patient, a US study suggests. The findings come from a randomised trial in which 160 palliative care cancer patients were presented with two scenarios on ...

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