Tackling Tough Issues: How to Talk to Patients and Their Families


Should physicians ask parents to leave the exam room to ensure a pediatric patient’s privacy and comfort level? Or is acne a family matter? Will pediatric patients talk openly about the physical and psychological burdens of this skin condition or does the physician need input from parents? Find out the cues, clues, and conversational tips to get to the roots of acne’s impact.

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