Posts Tagged ‘Clinician associated trauma’

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Part Four: The Rise of Clinician-Associated Trauma in the Doctor-Patient Relationship

Posted on March 30, 2024

Content warning: This article discusses difficult encounters and experiences with medical clinicians that some readers may find upsetting or triggering. Please take care of yourself as you see fit.   I did not receive an hEDS [hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos syndrome] diagnosis until I was 29 years old, and until 2023, I did not feel one ounce […]

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Part Three: Medical Gaslighting as a Source of Clinician-Associated Trauma

Posted on January 29, 2024

Content warning: This article discusses medical gaslighting and real-life examples of clinician-associated trauma. Please take care of yourself as you see fit.  As previously reported, clinician-associated trauma (CAT) is a new term used to describe the trauma created by repeated, negative clinical interactions. It was coined as a result of the study reported in “Clinician-associated […]

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