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1991). A number of studies have also shown an association between poor communication and malpractice claims. , 1992; Vincent, Young & Phillips, 1994). Ley (1989) has placed satisfaction as a key outcome of patient understanding and memory, which in turn predicts compliance. Ley and others have concluded that satisfaction is determined by the content of the consultation and that patients want as much communication as possible, even if it is bad news (see later in this chapter). In a recent review, Williams, Weinman and Dale (1998) examined the components of patient satisfaction and doctor–patient communication, in particular the information provision and the information-seeking behaviours of doctors and patients, and found that relationship and affective factors during medical encounters were associated with both patient satisfaction and the communication style of the doctor.