I've just watched all the videos. If you are interested in strengthening your clinician-patient bonds:
Go to www.ahrq.gov/questions and watch some or all of these very short videos.
Each from a different angle, these videos encourage patients to overcome the obstacles to effective two-way communication with their doctors and other clinicians.
A free brochure, titled “Be More Involved in Your Health Care: Tips for Patients,” that can be viewed online, too, offers helpful suggestions to follow before, during and after a medical visit.
Another link leads you to a Question Builder, a short, user-friendly tool to help you prepare your questions before your next doctor visit.
"Research shows that patients who have a good relationship with their clinicians receive better care and are happier with their care. Communication is at the heart of the doctor-patient relationship."
"When patients become more actively involved in their own health, there’s a much stronger likelihood their health outcomes will be better."