Masks Impair Patient Trust of Their Doctors

Summary by Cindy Olmstead

A first-of-its-kind study suggests that patients have a more difficult time understanding and building trust with their surgeons when they cannot see the surgeon’s entire face due to masking requirements. The findings show how surgeons are viewed and rated by their patients, and how a lack of confidence or trust may affect how a patient does during and after a surgical procedure. The study was done with some surgeons wearing conventional surgical masks and others wearing clear masks....

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