New surveys show that as many as 80 percent of people omit information, stretch the truth or outright lie to their doctors. Experts discuss why it happens, consequences, and methods that might reduce the amount of less-than-truthful answers to doctors’ questions.
- Dr. Andrea Gurmankin Levy, Associate Professor of Psychology, Middlesex Community College
- Dr. Marícela Moffitt, Professor of Medicine and Director, Doctoring Curriculum, University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix
Links for more information:
- Andrea Gurmankin Levy, PhD – Middlesex Community College – Social Sciences
- Marícela P. Moffitt, MD, MPH, FACP – University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix