- How Physicians, Patients, and Observers Compare on the Use of Qualitative and Quantitative Measures of Physician-Patient CommunicationHoward S Gordon
Jesse Brown Veterans Affairs VA Medical Center, Chicago, IL, USA
Eval Health Prof 39:496-511. 2016..0001, respectively, for PDM style, information giving, and patient participation. Our findings highlight the potential for using observers' ratings as an alternate measure of communication to more labor intensive frequency measures...
- Examining patients' trust in physicians and the VA healthcare system in a prospective cohort followed for six-months after an exacerbation of heart failureHoward S Gordon
Jesse Brown Veterans Affairs Medical Center, VA Center of Innovation for Management of Complex Chronic Healthcare, and Department of Medicine, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, Chicago, USA Electronic address
Patient Educ Couns 97:173-9. 2014..To examine the associations of several characteristics with patients' trust in physician and the healthcare system...
- Mortality after hospitalization for heart failure in blacks compared to whitesHoward S Gordon
Center for Management of Complex Chronic Care, Jesse Brown Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Am J Cardiol 105:694-700. 2010..The mortality differences imply unmeasured differences by race in clinical severity of illness at hospital admission and might lead to biased hospital mortality profiles...
- Racial differences in doctors' information-giving and patients' participationHoward S Gordon
Jesse Brown Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Cancer 107:1313-20. 2006..Whether doctor-patient communication differs by race was investigated in patients with pulmonary nodules or lung cancer...