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This study investigated the doctor's recommendation of treatment to their adult patients in primary-care visits in the Vietnamese context. Data was gathered from 55 audio-recorded consultations at two public hospitals, and examined from a conversation-analytic perspective. We demonstrate that the participating doctors used two main approaches to treatment recommendation with their patients: general and detailed. In the latter case, the doctor recommended a treatment regime, sought the patient'sdoi:10.20319/pijss.2018.33.10101027 fatcat:kcghqnbhgfbfzhgvicyx43fgjm