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Also see: Patient
A client is person who is in receipt of a service.
In clinical psychologyEdit
A client is person who is receiving psychological or medical attention, care, or treatment. The person is most often ill or injured and in need of treatment by a counselor, psychologist, psychotherapist, psychiatrist or other medical professional. Health consumer, health care consumer or client are other names for patient, usually used by governmental agencies, insurance companies, and/or patient groups.
- Client attitudes
- Client centred therapy
- Client characteristics
- Client education
- Client participation
- Client records
- Client rights
- Client satisfaction
- Doctor-patient relationship
- Patient abuse
- Patient advocacy
- Patient empowerment
- Patient history
- Patients' Bill of Rights (US)
- Patient seclusion
- Patient selection
- Patient therapist sexual relations
- Patient violence
- Virtual patient
- I am a good patient, believe it or not, a peer-reviewed article published in the British Medical Journal's (BMJ) first issue dedicated to patients in its 160 year history
- How (not) to be a good patient, review article with views on the meaning of the words 'good doctor' vs. 'good patient'
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