Provide some exercises that can be used in discussions with trainees about the many aspects of professionalism that are involved in everyday clinical care patient care is a core physician competency providing patient care with an understanding of professional responsibility and demeanor is at the heart of what society values in a good . The chapters in patient care and professionalism are ordered so that the main character in this book the patient has the first voice followed by the ancient history of professionalism the recent resurrection of professionalism in the united kingdom uk and finally professionalism in the united states us. Patient care by enhancing understanding of the patients perspective on doctors and medical care the aim was to ensure that medical practice standards education and regulation are truly patient centred the programmes goals were to improve patient care by o clarifying and defining the concepts of patient centredness and. Quality of patient care and professionalism are intertwined bcmj vol 56 no 6 july august 2014 pages 263 presidents comment above is the information needed to cite this article in your paper or presentation the international committee of medical journal editors icmje recommends the following citation style which is the now . The responsibilities of professionalism in patient care come from two ethical obligations your obligation to put patients interests first as a health care professional you have a duty to promote the welfare and well being of your patients and to look out for their interests even when those interests conflict with your own
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