doctor-patient relation

NOUN
  1. the responsibility of a physician to act in the best interests of the patient
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How To Use doctor-patient relation In A Sentence

  • The undermining of the authority of medicine dilutes the doctor-patient relationship and reconstructs it as a partnership of equals, thereby neutralising the expertise required for cure.
  • In general practice, men are more prepared to see a registrar or a locum than women and seem to place less store on the doctor-patient relationship than women.
  • Doctors in Britain say a new code of conduct is urgently needed to protect the doctor-patient relationship.
  • Undue inducement, coercion, selection bias towards the poor, and distortion of the doctor-patient relationship are cited by critics of financial incentives.
  • He admitted the affair but denied allegations that it was ‘inappropriate and an abuse of the doctor-patient relationship’.
  • It also dwells on the doctor-patient relationship, tragic situations in the life of patients and how as a medical professional with great concern for his fellow beings, he has tried to bring relief and succour to them.
  • Doctors in Britain say a new code of conduct is urgently needed to protect the doctor-patient relationship.
  • In general practice, men are more prepared to see a registrar or a locum than women and seem to place less store on the doctor-patient relationship than women.
  • the doctor-patient relationship is based on trust
  • Doctors in Britain say a new code of conduct is urgently needed to protect the doctor-patient relationship.
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