How can we forget Clint Eastwood, Eli Wallach, Lee Van Cleef in that movie... Well, at least for folks around my age!
I dont want this to become a bashing session or trying to knock down a professional, but instead, I would like it to be one that is constructive. I was reading an article from Beer Advocate the other day. The ending sentence went as follows:
Constructive criticism is a collaborative process, one that should be encouraged and should hopefully leave both sides happier in the end
In all of my doctor's offices, in the Rehab centers, Diagnostic testing centers, there is a Patient questionnaire that allows the patient to rate the good, the bad and the ugly.
So here, I would love if you could identify:
1 - What are the things, the traits, the actions, etc that made you feel so good about a doctor or a center.
2 - What the same as above that made you feel that there was thing missing or bad
3 - And of course, what where those traits that had you leaving mad and never to return.
Its always easy to identify a problem or even a compliment, but what is much better, is to state the recommendations that you have to address those problems. Even if your experience was top notch, what things would you want to see always the same.
Of course, following forum rules, No specific names of doctors or institutes, etc. Also try to look at things for both sides.
What I mean, is dont just knock down a doctor because they are not giving you more pain medications. They could be a very good reason why they are not. So, here instead of saying that doctor didnt give me enough pain medication, part of your recommendation could be that the doctor needs to explain why and also to identify other options.
Lets all make this one constructive.
Ron DiLauro Veritas-Health Forums Manager I am not a medical professional. I comment on personal experiences