Medical ethics: relationships between doctors
Over the four-and-a- half-year span of medical training, students are extensively grilled on how to diagnose diseases and treat patients. The rules of conduct, which should guide his behaviour when interacting with his own professional colleagues, is hardly ever touched upon in the medical curriculum. These rules and laws actually offer a framework within which the future doctor can act. Many students and practitioners are genuinely surprised to know that rules actually exist. Some know that some sort of ethical conduct is expected of them, but are not very clear on the subject. This essay is an attempt at starting a discussion on the ethics of relationships between doctors.
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