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Table 6 Prompts of the parallel chart

From: Use of narrative medicine to identify key factors for effective doctor–patient relationships in severe asthma

The visit in which I made the revaluation of the patient was […]. The patient seemed to me […]. While, his/her relative […]. The patient told me (refer especially to the emotional, familiar, of working and of activities spheres) […]. While his/her relative told me […]. Consequently, I do […]. During the communication of revaluation results, I thought that patient was feeling […]. While his/her relative was feeling […]. So, I was feeling […]. I thought that […]. And I […]. During the following visit/s […]. The patient told me (refer especially to the emotional, familiar, of working and of activities spheres) […]. And his/her relative […]. The patient’s activities […]. I thought that […]. And I […]. Today, this person […]. The asthma care […]. From the relationship with this patient and his/her family I have learned that […]. For the future I would like I […]. For the future I would like for him/her […]. Thanks for the time, the energy, and for the dedication you spent for us. We would like to propose you just another question: How do you have felt in writing the parallel chart? […].