Personal details of the patients described in the parallel charts and their influence on the narrative style

“Core” parallel charts“Contingent” parallel charts“Moral” parallel charts
Total at the beginning65%35%72%28%26%74%
Emotions at first visit(n=93)(n=51)(n=101)(n=38)(n=14)(n=39)
“During the visit, the patient appeared to me serene, optimistic and open to an exchange of views”
“The patient is very hopeful and full of trust”
 Fear and pain57%34%62%29%50%26%
“He told me he was afraid that at 48 he was already a finished man”
“He seemed tired, rigid, not in his usual mood. His way of dressing appeared unkempt, sloppy and a bit messy, not impeccable as usual”
 Anger and neglect7%28%5%24%0%59%
“The patient, at the beginning of the visit, was serene, because he was convinced he was not ill, but that his problems were normal for smokers and that I would have told him that he was fine”
“He was very aggressive and angry about his disease, and he criticised all the people he was talking about, but he was actually angry with himself”
 Submission and shame20%34%16%37%21%10%
“There was a certain resignation about him, knowing that he had smoked for years”
“She seemed tired, physically and morally, confused and resigned”
Smoking at first visit(n=96)(n=50)(n=109)(n=41)(n=11)(n=43)
 Nonsmoker/already quit44%16%41%20%45%16%