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Internet, tiers nébuleux de la relation patient-médecin

Abstract : What role does Internet now play in the interaction between doctor and patient? Although both practitioners and patients regularly consult it for information on health, indirectly giving this tremendous source of knowledge a hug presence in the consulting room, it does not seem to function as a nexus that would enable them to communicate better with each other. And yet it can often be a companion that complements the relationship with the doctor. So it could become the medium for a gradual change in the doctor-patient relationship.
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Cécile Méadel, Madeleine Akrich. Internet, tiers nébuleux de la relation patient-médecin. Les Tribunes de la santé : Sève, Presses de Science Po, 2010, pp.41-48. ⟨hal-00556983⟩



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