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Does the patient develop more trust in physician during therapeutic visits or non therapeutic visits? If latter is the case, physician's being more social and reaching out to their community in 'meet the community' visits may do well in developing trust. I feel that therapeutic and especially post therapeutic visits [follow up] are the time when the patient tends to be the closest with physician and the practice staff. Moreover, is it possible that the patients who already have higher trust in physician are the ones who come for annual examination in the first place? Further, there may be various other determinants of trust in both physician as well as healthcare system.