The expertise of a doctor indicates whether that doctor has specialized training on the medical condition you have.
The general practitioner is a person who has completed medical school and residency but has no extra training on your specific condition beyond what was covered in medical school.
The specialist has not only completed medical school and residency, but has also taken special courses on your medical problem and has been trained by recognized authorities on that condition.
Bedside manner refers to the doctor’s warmth and how well the doctor communicates with the patient.
The warm doctor is good at listening to the patient, expressing reassurance, and communicating with the patient.
The businesslike doctor is equally expert at medicine but does not have as warm a bedside manner nor go beyond medical issues in talking with patients.
There are six different doctors that have different combinations of these qualities.
On each trial you will get information from one or more of these doctors. Your task is to combine the opinions to form your overall impression of your chances for complete recovery. Express your judgments by clicking along the percentage scale.