Adolescent Health Care. Clinical Issues, 1st Edition by Robert W. Blum (Eds.)

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Frequently, the chief complaint of the teen­ age patient is not his or her primary symptom. Furthermore, communication is hampered by sta­ tus inequity between the patient and the provider. Social class, age, level of education, ethnicity, and language frequently restrict communication dur­ ing the medical interview. These factors are mag­ nified for the adolescent who faces barriers asso­ ciated with developmental factors and authority conflicts. , 1980; Sternlieb & Munan, 1972). ADOLESCENT HEALTH CARE 35 Copyright © 1982 by Academic Press, Inc.

All rights of reproduction in any form reserved. ISBN 0-12-788080-1 Date Chart # COMPREHENSIVE TEEN HEALTH FORM* A. GENERAL INFORMATION 1. Full Name M . 2. Sex: Female 3. Address 4. Name you w o u l d like to be called 5. Home phone 6. When were you born_ month 7. If it is necessary to contact you about an appointment or tests, may we: Call you? yes no (if yes, no message will be left unless you wish us t o : leave message) Write you? yes day year no 8. In case of an emergency, w h o m should we call?

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