write a brief account that describes practice which excludes the individual and is discriminatory.
Inclusive makes the patient part of the solution, by making them part of the decision-making process relative to their ongoing care. [ Inclusive health care encourages the patient to ask questions, demand clarity, and make adjustments to their rehabilitative care, based on their experience regarding which treatment programs are helping them and which aren't.
Exclusive is more "old-school,"
depending on the arrogant presumption that only the doctor can know what will work and the patient should just shut up and do as the doctor says, without daring to question. ]
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