Debra Roter
Debra Roter
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Verified email at jhu.edu
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Physician-patient communication: the relationship with malpractice claims among primary care physicians and surgeons
W Levinson, DL Roter, JP Mullooly, VT Dull, RM Frankel
Jama 277 (7), 553-559, 1997
21401997
Doctors talking with patients/patients talking with doctors: improving communication in medical visits
D Roter, JA Hall
Greenwood Publishing Group, 2006
17532006
Meta-analysis of correlates of provider behavior in medical encounters
JA Hall, DL Roter, NR Katz
Medical care, 657-675, 1988
13901988
Effectiveness of interventions to improve patient compliance: a meta-analysis
DL Roter, JA Hall, R Merisca, B Nordstrom, D Cretin, B Svarstad
Medical care, 1138-1161, 1998
13681998
Physician gender effects in medical communication: a meta-analytic review
DL Roter, JA Hall, Y Aoki
Jama 288 (6), 756-764, 2002
12332002
Communication patterns of primary care physicians
DL Roter, M Stewart, SM Putnam, M Lipkin, W Stiles, TS Inui
Jama 277 (4), 350-356, 1997
12091997
Patient-centered communication, ratings of care, and concordance of patient and physician race
LA Cooper, DL Roter, RL Johnson, DE Ford, DM Steinwachs, NR Powe
Annals of internal medicine 139 (11), 907-915, 2003
11732003
The Roter interaction analysis system (RIAS): utility and flexibility for analysis of medical interactions
D Roter, S Larson
Patient education and counseling 46 (4), 243-251, 2002
9112002
Patient race/ethnicity and quality of patient–physician communication during medical visits
RL Johnson, D Roter, NR Powe, LA Cooper
American journal of public health 94 (12), 2084-2090, 2004
9092004
Improving physicians' interviewing skills and reducing patients' emotional distress: a randomized clinical trial
DL Roter, JA Hall, DE Kern, LR Barker, KA Cole, RP Roca
Archives of internal medicine 155 (17), 1877-1884, 1995
9061995
Patient participation in the patient-provider interaction: the effects of patient question asking on the quality of interaction, satisfaction and compliance
DL Roter
Health education monographs 5 (4), 281-315, 1977
8491977
The relationship of physician medical interview style to patient satisfaction
KD Bertakis, D Roter, SM Putnam
J Fam Pract 32 (2), 175-181, 1991
7251991
The enduring and evolving nature of the patient–physician relationship
D Roter
Patient education and counseling 39 (1), 5-15, 2000
6502000
Communicating with medical patients.
ME Stewart, DE Roter
Sage Publications, Inc, 1989
587*1989
Physician gender and patient-centered communication: a critical review of empirical research
DL Roter, JA Hall
Annu. Rev. Public Health 25, 497-519, 2004
5652004
Sex differences in patients' and physicians' communication during primary care medical visits
D Roter, M Lipkin Jr, A Korsgaard
Medical care, 1083-1093, 1991
5421991
Relations between physicians' behaviors and analogue patients' satisfaction, recall, and impressions
DL Roter, JA Hall, NR Katz
Medical care, 437-451, 1987
5261987
The associations of cliniciansą implicit attitudes about race with medical visit communication and patient ratings of interpersonal care
LA Cooper, DL Roter, KA Carson, MC Beach, JA Sabin, AG Greenwald, ...
American journal of public health 102 (5), 979-987, 2012
5252012
The expression of emotion through nonverbal behavior in medical visits
DL Roter, RM Frankel, JA Hall, D Sluyter
Journal of general internal medicine 21 (1), 28-34, 2006
5032006
Patient adherence to HIV medication regimens: a review of published and abstract reports
L Fogarty, D Roter, S Larson, J Burke, J Gillespie, R Levy
Patient education and counseling 46 (2), 93-108, 2002
4902002
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