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No, I'm pointing out that understanding how to treat an illness, is not the same things as the individual patient's experience of the illness - my original comment simply drew attention to the mention of admission being 'burdensome on hospitals' but the hospitals are there to help individual patients. I don't write about how to treat illnesses: that is a clinical thing, and should ideally be EBM. I write about issues involving 'consent' for treatment, and it replacement of 'best interests' for incapacitous patients, and about 'aligning perspectives' - you do not need to know how to treat illnesses, in order to analyse and write about those things (many of which are ;legal, and not clinical, anyway)..

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8 June, 2016

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