Could doctors’ views about disabilities affect care?

80% of medics think those with significant disabilities have a worse quality of life, US survey shows
Reuters Health

The vast majority of doctors believe that significant disabilities are associated with a worse quality of life, results from a US survey suggest.

The national survey, which included the opinions of 714 doctors from a wide variety of specialties, shows that nearly 80% believe that a patient with a significant disability will have a worse quality of life compared to those who were not disabled,