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Poor Communication Skills and Inadequate Knowledge of Early Medical Officer

  • Open or Close Mosab Nouraldein Mohammed Hamad*

    Department of Freelancer academic and education consultant, Medical Parasitology, Sudan

    *Corresponding author: Mosab Nouraldein Mohammed Hamad, Department of Freelancer academic and education consultant, BSC, MSC, FSASS, Medical Parasitology, Sudan.

Submission: November 28, 2018; Published: December 03, 2018

DOI: 10.31031/ABB.2018.02.000532

ISSN 2640-9275
Volume2 Issue2


During evening hours in winter, I felt with severe headache, fever and nausea, my brother advised me to go with him to visit the nearest hospital, when we arrived, two young females’ doctors set on one table, so two patients will present and discuss about their suffering without any confidentiality and maintenance of their personality.

Before I was entered the medical officer co-office my brother advised me again to avoid one of those young doctors because he failed to treat his wife last weeks, then I went to another one which ask me about my medical problems and then write request form to the laboratory to examine my blood for malaria parasite (BFFM) without measuring my blood pressure or my body temperature.

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