The problem oriented record (POR) is a useful, workable tool with a great deal of merit that helps increase staff sense of purpose and cohesiveness. However, the author also agrees with the comments that no record system can measure concern, compassion and understanding; that activities which take place between patient and physician are difficult to identify and when identified, can rarely be described briefly, and so they are seldom recorded.
|Title of host publication||Maryland State Medical Journal|
|Number of pages||3|
|State||Published - Dec 1 1975|
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