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When corruption becomes the norm and ethical conduct an exception

Sujatha Rao

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2016.012


Abstract

India’s health sector is facing a credibility crisis contributing to the growing trust deficit in the competence and integrity of our caregivers. This shift from trust to distrust within the span of two decades needs to be understood within the broader context of a rapidly changing macroeconomic environment and the shifts in values and perceptions governing social relations.

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