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Professionalism in Medicine
Cambridge University Press
9780521879323 - Professionalism in Medicine - A Case-Based Guide for Medical Students - Edited by John Spandorfer, M.D., Charles A. Pohl, M.D., Susan L. Rattner, M.D., M.S. and Thomas J. Nasca, M.D.
Table of Contents

Contents

Contributors
vii
Acknowledgments
xv
Introduction
1
PART ONE      DEFINING MEDICAL PROFESSIONALISM
1.            Defining, Teaching, and Learning Professionalism
7
PART TWO      CASES INVOLVING MEDICAL STUDENTS
2.            Student and Faculty Cases
25
PART THREE    CASES INVOLVING PHYSICIANS
3.            Principle of Primacy of Patient Welfare
115
4.            Principle of Patient Autonomy
154
5.            Principle of Social Justice
189
6.            Commitment to Honesty with Patients
230
7.            Commitment to Patient Confidentiality
273
8.            Commitment to Improving Quality of Care
309
9.            Commitment to Maintaining Trust by Managing Conflicts of Interest
361
10.           Commitment to Professional Responsibilities
397
APPENDIX:     Cases by Specialty
453
Index
455



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