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To talk or not to talk, that is the question

Ashok Sinha

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2008.059


One of the major ethical issues that I face very often in my practice is whether to criticise my colleagues or not. Complaints, criticism and condemnation lead to terrible consequences and never help anyone, they say. I am told that my colleagues are to be treated like my siblings and I should never criticise them in front of patients.

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