“Guidelines” How to tell patients correctly? | m3.com

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Words like “guidelines”, “standard treatment” and “evidence” that doctors use casually may not be conveyed correctly to the general public. He explained three words that tend to be misunderstood depending on the meaning of the commonly used Japanese, what kind of misunderstandings are possible and what to add to convey the correct meaning. Please take a look.

◆ Content
0: 40 ~ This is a sudden question!
1: 52 ~ Introduction of “Guidelines for conveying medical research in an easy-to-understand way”
2: 42 ~ Guidelines, standard treatment, evidence and public understanding
16: 00- “Guidelines”
5: 47 ~ Paraphrase ingenuity
6:07 am ~ 「Standard treatment」
7: 52 ~ Paraphrase ingenuity
8:09 ~ “Trials”
9: 36 ~ Paraphrase ingenuity
10: 35 ~ Summary of points

◆ Related page
Proposal for guidelines to disseminate the results of medical research in an easy-to-understand way

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