Thursday Review: “Multiple Symptoms and Health Anxiety in Primary Care: A Qualitative Study of Tensions and Collaboration between Patients and Family Physicians”

Difficult and ambiguous conversations are unavoidable in the practice of medicine. Looking at the most ambiguous and categorically difficult conversations helps illuminate why good communication skills are essential in all of them. Writing in BMJ Open, Le et al. give a glimpse into best practices that can be applied to any patient.