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Fitness to practice: the doctor and the law

Thomas, Endell L.
In. Walrond, Errol R. Health care law and ethics: proceedings of a conference held by the Faculty of Medical Sciences Cave Hill, Barbados. St. Michael, University of the West Indies (Cave Hill). Faculty of Medical Sciences, ago. 1993. p.32-7.
Monografía en Inglés | LILACS | ID: lil-165488
None of the cases to which reference was made, involved a doctor from the several territories of our Commonwealth Caribbean, and my research has not unearthed any so far. One can draw a number of conclusions from that fact, but whatever conclusion is drawn, the best future for your profession, and what better way to do that than by sensitising members of the likely pitfalls ahead. Surely from the number of cases involving a romance between the doctor and his patient, one can contend that the doctor never contemplated that a bit of love making with his patient, could lead to such catastrophy. Now that you are made aware of areas of unacceptable conduct, it is no good getting into "trouble", and then try to wriggle your way out of it. I am sure you would readily agree, that preventive medicine goes a long way in reducing the need for surgery, and other curative medicine
Biblioteca responsable: BB9.1
Ubicación: BB9.1; W3HE 1993 / JM3.1; K3601.H42 1993