What can be done to bring a stronger patient perspective to bear on these dilemmas?
On page 39 Abraham writes “Not only do the poor get sicker but the sick get poorer.” For this question, first, explain Abraham’s statement using examples from Mama Might Be Better Off Dead, ( Use this website to borrow the book for FREE: https://archive.org/details/mamamightbebette0000abra/page/n13/mode/2up?view=theater ) Using the Link and Phelan, Marmot, Timmermans( A151 ARS), Buchbinder, and Fadiman（The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down） readings explain how socioeconomic status is a
fundamental cause of disease in US health care, （ Basically use the first 5 sources to help answer ) Finally, explain what is needed to change the relationship between socio-economic status and health and apply your suggestions to Abraham’s book. Drawing from the readings, section
discussions, and outside sources, examine how the socialization of physicians may create recurring dilemmas in inpatient care, patient-doctor interaction, managing disability, and cultural-structural competency. ( Use Becker’s reading and two peer-view outside sources to support )
Describe how the socialization of physicians reinforces a particular medical perspective. Next, examine how this perspective generates recurring dilemmas within health care institutions. How do patients view these issues? How do health care providers see the issues? How are the dilemmas usually resolved? What can be done to bring a stronger patient perspective to bear on these dilemmas?