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Person-Centered Relationships as Resource for Somatic Medical Rehabilitation

Student: Evgeny Taratukhin

Supervisor: Alexander B. Orlov

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Counselling Psychology. Personality Studies (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2016

The study elaborated a person-centered model of physician-patient interaction in somatic practice. First chapter focuses on bibliography study of the patient- and person-centered medicine discourses. It is shown that nowadays there is lack of clear understanding of these terms and their practical application is to be researched further. Second chapter focuses on the explication of Carl Rogers ideas under psychosomatic and psychoneuroimmunological, as modern phenomenological and neuroscientific highlights. Third chapter includes empirical study by qualitative methods, of the phenomenal field of experience of cardiological patients (economically active men with first myocardial infarction) during in-patient and later outpatient periods. Fourth chapter summarizes data towards the model that includes the request, the specifics of physician personality and the specifics of physician-patient relationships in somatic clinics, which could be labeled as person-centered. Novelty of this study is of the first attempt to see Rogerian Person-Centered approach in the light of Healthcare demands and with involvement of psychosomatics, neuroscience and neurophilosophy. Practical significance is of the growing demand for better approaches to clinical work, prevention of adverse events of somatic diseases, and according to the Global Targets of the World Health Organization.

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