Few individuals arc more dependent on rapport with fellowmen than medical practitioners. Patients, relatives, trainees, colleagues and contemporaries constitute a source of seemingly endless inquiries that cannot be ignored. From examining room to county or national meeting, the physician of today is expected to provide lucid answers to perplexing and poignant questions. Yet the average physician is notoriously inept at self-expression.
Culp, Ormond S.
"Speech Training for the Physician,"
The Gavel of Delta Sigma Rho: Vol. 37:
1, Article 15.
Available at: https://cornerstone.lib.mnsu.edu/gavel/vol37/iss1/15