Traduction en anglais : Prevalent forms of disease in outpatients: sociomedical competence requirements in respect of poorly defined or undefined disease patterns.
Gesundheitswesen im Gespräch. Seminarreihe. Witten/Herdecke (DEU), 1992/02/04.
Poorly defined or undefined disease patterns occur sporadically in the physician's daily routine.
They appear as uncharacteristic, early and compensated stages of disease.
Sociomedical competence can contribute to cope with illness, where physician and patient are unable to cope on the basis of diagnostic and clinical categories alone.
It allows to understand the individual concept of illness as a construct, answering several purposes and dependent on the acting individuals and on the particular situation.
The search for better solutions within the system opens many ways to redefine, reframe, behavioural change and structures beyond the limits of a clinical concept of disease.
This requires theoretical knowledge about the complex effects an intervention may have.
Mots-clés Pascal : Enseignement universitaire, Spécialité médicale, Médecine sociale, Homme, Allemagne, Formation professionnelle, Europe
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Higher education, Medical specialty, Social medicine, Human, Germany, Occupational training, Europe
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