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doctor-patient relationship

D. J. Johnson

doctor-patient relationship

an analysis of framing in general practice.

by D. J. Johnson

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Written in English


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Thesis(Ph D.) - Loughborough University of Technology.

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The relationship between a patient and a physician is based on trust, which gives rise to physicians’ ethical responsibility to place patients’ welfare above the physician’s own self-interest or obligations to others, to use sound medical judgment on patients’ behalf, and to advocate for their patients’ welfare. Among the queries raised to the BMA are some recurring uncertainties about aspects of the doctor–patient relationship. This chapter looks more closely at how health professionals' moral and legal obligations to patients translates into daily practice. For all the political branding and rebranding of healthcare in the United States, its fundamental unit of currency remains the doctor-patient relationship. This relationship has undergone seismic changes during the twenty-first century, including the introduction of new players (the so-called healthcare team) and care delivery in settings like big-box stores and bureaucratic health systems.


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