Abstract:The topic of medical ethics is as old as our profession, and yet as new as tomorrow. We will look at three concerns, viz. our relation to our patients, our relation to our colleagues, and our relation to ourselves. Parts are referenced and others are not, the source having been lost to me. Little if any is original, although much, I trust, is applicable. This is not a scientific study, and it is not intended as a sermon. It contains no data, soft or hard, just concerns, human and difficult. This reflects solely the opinions of the author. It raises questions from outside us, and calls for answers from within us.
Document Type: Original Article
Publication date: 2003-07-01
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